U.S. Special Ops Knew Afghan Target Was Hospital

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Kunduz, AfghanistanU.S. special forces knew the target bombed in Kunduz, Afghanistan, was a hospital, according to a new report from the Associated Press.

Soldiers tracked a Pakistani intelligence operative suspected of working with the Taliban to the protected medical facility run by Doctors Without Borders, also known by its French initials MSF. U.S. forces had assembled a dossier on the area, including maps showing the facility was a hospital.

“This would amount to a premeditated massacre,” a MSF official told AP of the Oct. 3 attack that killed 22.

It is unclear if U.S. forces told their commanders the target was a hospital before an AC-130 gunship opened fire. A U.S. account from the scene claimed gunfire was coming from the hospital, but Afghans and MSF say that was not the case. Read more.

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  1. Oh G-d, I hope the international court brings charges against Obama and therefore he would face potential arrest every time he tries to fly into Europe. Oh please.


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