In late August, an ISIS-K suicide bomber killed 13 U.S. troops at the Kabul airport as President Joe Biden’s disastrous Afghanistan pullout was underway.
It turns out, according to a new CNN report, that the bomber, whose attack also killed at least 170 Afghans, according to the Washington Post, had been released from a prison near Kabul just days earlier.
The killer had been behind bars at the Parwan prison, which had been run by Afghan authorities since 2013 and was located at the U.S.-controlled Bagram Air Base. When the U.S. quickly abandoned the base in July, chaos ensued and the […]
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