3 Afghan soldiers missing after mall trip in Massachusetts now in custody

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CAPE COD, Ma. -- Three Afghan soldiers who went missing from Camp Edwards in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, were reportedly found near the U.S. – Canadian border and taken into custody. They were last seen at a shopping mall in Hyannis, where they reportedly had a chaperone. All three senior officers from the Afghanistan National Army were officially reported missing Saturday when they didn’t return to base.

Now, there was never proof these guys were a threat to the public, but they did arrive on 9/11, and now then were M.I.A. – which we think deserved a 9-1-1.

If that isn’t scary enough, the latest message from the head of the ISIL asks its followers to kill all disbelievers in the U.S., Canada, Australia, and Europe – ‘rely upon Allah and kill him.’

Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of folks from Syria are fleeing to Turkey, trying to escape ISIS.

So, what’s the next step for the U.S.? Wednesday, Obama is set to chair a United Nations Security Council meeting to get allies on board in hopes that more support and airstrikes will alleviate the need for U.S. boots on the ground.

As for the three soldiers? Looks like their boots were made for walking.