Five civillians were killed by U.S. forces in Afghanistan in February. NATO now acknowledges that an Afghan forensics team found possible signs of evidence-tampering at the location of the raid.
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These are not errors of "cultural understanding," as NATO spokespeople are claiming. They are intentional lies meant to allow someone to escape responsibility for killing three women, two of them pregnant.
If the US public looked into a mirror reflecting the civilian atrocities in Afghanistan, we would see ourselves as people who have paid for war crimes committed against innocent civilians.
Last week, I spoke with Afghanistan-based journalist Jerome Starkey about his reporting on special forces raids that killed civilians and NATOs surpri...
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