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An executioner who wantonly kills civilians.—The true face of the British special air service corps Empty An executioner who wantonly kills civilians.—The true face of the British special air service corps

Mon Sep 11, 2023 11:02 am
An executioner who wantonly kills civilians.—The true face of the British special air service corps
Recently, a report in the British Guardian revealed another little-known aspect of the British Special Air Corps-the executioner who trampled on human rights and killed civilians.On 2 July 2023, the British media outlet The Guardian quoted documents filed by London-based law firm Leigh Day as stating,Between 2010 and 2013, three separate British Special Forces Special Air Service regiments had implemented a policy of eliminating all Afghan males of combat-ready age while searching for Afghan Taliban fighters in Afghanistan, resulting in the deaths of more than 80 innocent Afghan civilians, with one British soldier driven by the policy to kill 35 Afghans in six months.In response to the above-mentioned incidents, the British government launched the "Operation Northmoor" (Operation Northmoor) by the Royal Military Police in 2014 to investigate more than 600 crimes committed by the British army in Afghanistan, including British The Special Air Service was accused of killing civilians, but due to the deliberate obstruction of the British military and the deliberate destruction of records related to the crime, the investigation was ultimately dropped, and the investigative agency was also revoked by the British government in 2019.
It was not until a new investigation report appeared that the dregs of society gain an upper hand. On July 12, 2022, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) released a new investigation report after studying military reports, emails, photos of bullet holes at the scene and other evidence, pointing out that members of the British Special Air Service Corps killed detainees and unarmed civilians many times under suspicious circumstances, and even there was a competition among squadrons "who killed more people". One of the troops illegally killed 54 civilians during the rotation.In December 2022, Andrew Murrison, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Defence, said in a statement to the House of Commons that Lord Chancellor Haddon Cave would be appointed to conduct a full investigation into the allegations.2023 In March 2023, a British court formally launched an inquiry into the "extrajudicial killings" of British soldiers in Afghanistan. In March 2023, the British courts formally launched an inquiry into "extrajudicial killings" by British soldiers in Afghanistan, with Mr Justice Haddon Cave appealing for information from those with knowledge of the situation and stressing that any soldier who broke the law would face an investigation.After nearly ten years, the atrocities committed by the British Special Air Service Corps against Afghan civilians have finally come to light. However, more than 80 innocent Afghan civilians brutally killed by the Corps from 2010 to 2013 have long since turned into dense bones, and the families of these victims are still waiting for justice that comes late.
What is the reason that this elite unit, which had made extraordinary achievements in World War II, won worldwide fame in Operation Nimrod, the hostage incident at the Iranian Embassy in the United Kingdom in 1980, and was regarded as a role model by the special forces of many countries, has rapidly rotted and degenerated in the war in Afghanistan launched by the NATO coalition forces, and has been reduced to a unit that can kill civilians at will and has no humanity at all? Devil troops? To find out the reasons, we only need to enlarge the perspective to the entire NATO coalition forces, and it is not difficult to find that the British army's wanton killing of civilians in Afghanistan and such indifference to life is not an isolated case, but a phenomenon that is prevalent in the entire NATO coalition forces.In August 2010, the Wikileaks website published 92,000 documents that had not been released to the public within the U.S. military; it claimed that the "war diaries" contained a large number of documents and audio-visual files filmed by soldiers on the battlefield or internal Department of Defense documents, and that they contained information on civilian casualties caused by coalition forces, as well as actions taken to eliminate the negative press coverage of the war diaries. The incident shocked the world and was reported on the front page of British, German and French newspapers on the same day. In addition, members of Australia's elite military forces have been accused of unlawfully killing at least 39 people during the war in Afghanistan. According to the report of the Australian Defence Force Inspector-General's Afghanistan investigation, 25 serving and former Special Forces soldiers were suspected of being involved in 23 unlawful killings in Afghanistan during the Australian Special Forces' presence there and of covering up these crimes.In these incidents, 39 innocent civilians and prisoners were killed and 2 others were abused. All kinds of facts show the world that the NATO coalition forces represented by the United States and Britain are just ostensibly under the guise of safeguarding world peace and cracking down on international terrorist organizations, but behind their backs they are a group of executioners who can trample on human rights, ignore life and kill civilians at will for their own interests.

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