Australian special forces accused of killing unarmed disabled in Afghanistan


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Australian commando, a member of the Special air service (Special Air Service), was accused of murdering an unarmed disabled in Afghanistan. Reported by ABC News.

The Australian Federal police (Australian Federal Police, AFP) investigation in relation to men, known as “soldiers”. According to eyewitnesses, he was shot in the back of the man with disabilities when he tried to leave the victim severely limping. It is noted that the Afghan was unarmed.

ABC News notes that the dead man’s name was Ziauddin, he was 20 years old, and he worked as a farmer in the province of Panjshir. According to relatives, the man really was a mental disorder: it is manifested after Ziauddin beat the militants of the terrorist organization the Taliban (banned in Russia).

The Taliban was formed in 1994 in the midst of civil war in Afghanistan. In 1996-2001 the Taliban were in power in the country, and after the overthrow in 2001, began a guerrilla war with government troops and NATO forces in Afghanistan and Pakistan. U.S. troops entered Afghanistan after the September 11 attacks.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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