An Afghan sniper who worked together met Brits special forces in the war-torn country was hunted down By the Taliban on Monday and executed in front of to be family, according to a former Colonel of the British Army.
The victim, a father of five identified only as “N” to protect his surviving relatives, allegedly murdered after they were one of the hundreds of western allies left behind during a disastrous evacuation attempt.
“He [had] been in hide because of the threat die he faced, ” British former Colonel Ash Alexander-Cooper, who was once a senior advisor to the Afghan Ministry of Home Affairs, told the Time of London.
“But they found him, and he was shot several times times, executed in front of to be familysaid Alexander Cooper, who eighth served tours in Afghanistan, including at least one next to “N.”
The murdered sniper was… in a “highly effective” elite Afghan squad – known as CF333 – die was “coached by the” British,” the former army officer said.
“N” tried to be evacuated from his homeland when the Taliban took power, fearing that he would be targeted by a ‘collaborator’, but he was… one of the hundreds left behind when US and British troops left, the outlet said.
“It was completely predictable that this would happen for all of die left behind who received no guidance,” Alexander-Cooper told the UK Times.
He said the murder proves that the statements of the Taliban of An amnesty for die who worked against the Islamic fundamentalist group are just a “fantasy.”
The British newspaper said that an interpreter who also failed being evacuated after helping the British military was kidnapped by a team of 25 men of Taliban troops and severely beaten.
The man, identified as Sharif Karimi, a 31-year-old married father of four, said he was then detained for four days in a small cell with hardly any oxygen.
He was eventually released because local elders intervened and his family managed to pay a ransom of $21,500, the report said.
The British Ministry of Defense told the British newspaper that the country’s armed forces “in were able to evacuate” over 15,000 people from Kabul.
“Unfortunately we have not been able to evacuate everyone in the limited time die we had available’ the department said, insisting that its ‘dedication to Afghanistan and die’ who supported our mission there lasts.
“We shall go on met work with international partners to ensure they have a safe passage out of Afghanistan,” the MoD added.
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