Validity Of Pentagon Findings Questioned By Families Of US Soldiers Slain In Kabul Airport Suicide Bombing

Posted on AllSides February 21st, 2022
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The Pentagon’s investigation into the Aug. 2021 suicide bombing outside of an airport in Kabul, Afghanistan have come under scrutiny as families of U.S. soldiers slain in the attack begin to question the investigation’s findings.

President Joe Biden’s hasty withdrawal from Afghanistan was marked by a single suicide bombing that killed 13 U.S. troops and 170 Afghanistan civilians, according to a 2,000 page report obtained by the Washington Post. While the report sheds new light onto the bombing, families of some of the slain U.S. service members have begun to question some of the report’s findings, according to...

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