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Friday, May 5, 2017

A better person than anyone in the CPC

Harjit Sajjan, Defence Minister, Impressed Military Brass With Intelligence Gathering In Afghanistan

You might think Harjit Sajjan takes a pretty mean combat gear photo, but Canada's new minister of national defence is some kind of next-level Spy vs. Spy war hero.

A 2006 letter of appreciation for Sajjan's services from the commander of Canada’s Coalition Task Force in Afghanistan has surfaced, and it reads like a Bourne trilogy movie script.
Sajjan was considered “the best single Canadian intelligence asset in [war] theater” whose "hard work, personal bravery and dogged determination undoubtedly saved a multitude of Coalition lives," according to the letter, recently obtained by National Observer.
He's further credited with providing the intelligence foundation for a military operation resulting in the "kill or capture" of 1,500 Taliban fighters.
At the time, Sajjan was a reservist with the Canadian Armed Forces and was employed by the Vancouver police as a detective constable. The letter from Brig.-Gen. David Fraser to then-Vancouver police chief Jamie Graham thanked him for allowing Sajjan to deploy on the mission.

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