To make matters worse , Muslim tradition is to bury the dead almost immediately which would make investigation difficult on who was killed
"Following the fighting, Afghan officials also confirmed the Taliban fighters loaded two trucks with bodies and forced elders to parade them through villages to incite outrage among villagers," he said.
The question still remains who killed those civilians and I bet it was the Taliban to anger the village or were they Militants that were killed and told the village they were civilians ?
OP cites an alleged atrocity committed by the US Air Force followed by a demand that "the culprits" be arrested and brought to triall
That's right... the police chief Abdul Ghafar Watandar said that "the air strikes killed about 120 civilians" which Hillary said she deeply, deeply, deeply, deeply, deeply regretted... I'm not sure - there might be a few too many deeplies in there. Let's just say that the US Air Force is implicated in an incident over which the ICC has jurisdiction. Of course that should be invoked if what happened in the past is repeated - that Karai's puppet government delays, prevaricates and does nothing about it.
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