You may remember the vaunted drone attack ordered by the illegitimate president, days after an ISIS-K terrorist murdered thirteen soldiers and nearly two hundred civilians. The Biden administration claimed they killed two high-profile members of ISIS, but continually refused to name them. If you thought that sounded fishy, you would have been correct.
The US mistakenly targeted and killed an innocent aid worker for an American company in a drone strike in Afghanistan, the New York Times suggested in an investigation into the country’s final military action of the recently concluded 20-year war.
The victim, the newspaper said, was 43-year-old Zemari Ahmadi, who died with nine members of his family, including seven children, when a missile from a US air force Reaper drone struck his car as he arrived home from work in a residential neighborhood of Kabul.
For the record, I specifically said this after the drone strike was announced. If they hit “high-profile targets,” why would they not name them?
What the US military observers figured was Ahmadi acting suspiciously, the newspaper said, was him going about his normal business as a worker for the California-based aid group Nutrition and Education International.
His duties that day included dropping off colleagues at various places in Kabul, according to the director of NEI in Afghanistan interviewed by a Times reporter, and the “explosives” in the vehicle were water cartons that Ahmadi filled from a hose at his office and was taking home to his family.
The New York Times and The Washington Post conducted investigations, and both came to the same conclusion. Biden killed the family of a man who was working for an American corporation.
This is a photo of one of Ahmadi’s daughters, slaughtered by the Biden administration so they could claim they were tough on ISIS. They killed no high-profile targets. They slaughtered an innocent family.