New reports reveal that Obama’s administration covered up the 2011 massacre of eight U.S. Air Force personnel and one civilian contractor at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan.
The Kabul massacre occurred on April 27, 2011, and inexplicably, it received barely any media attention. The Air Force personnel were at the airport that day investigating Afghan military corruption when Afghan Air Force Col. Ahmad Gul gunned them all down.
U.S. Air Force and U.S. Central Command launched an investigation, but claimed they could find no motivation for the killings. However, others questioned how so many American military members were killed so quickly with no signs that they were able to defend themselves. In addition, it was suspicious that there were fourteen Afghans in the room who were not hurt at all.
Eventually, Obama’s Pentagon claimed that the deaths were an isolated incident resulting from “cultural incompatibility.” When other U.S. military personnel tried to protest this ruling, they were punished with changed assignments and were effectively muzzled.
It looks like the Pentagon tried to cover up the Kabul massacre in an attempt to not embarrass Afghans aligned with the U.S. This resulted in the Pentagon claiming the Taliban was not involved in the shooting, even though they claimed responsibility right away.
Now it has been revealed that Gul may have been paid off by the Pentagon for his role in the killings.
Thomas Creal, a task-force investigator for the Pentagon looking into terror financing in Afghanistan, found that Gul had connections to criminal networks. After the shooting, he received a sizable $250,000 deposit in his family bank account, allowing him to pay off all his debts.
Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Sally Stenton, the legal officer assigned to the Kabul airport on the day of the massacre, said that either the Pentagon is “completely inept or they were complete, bald-faced liars.”
Basically, Obama’s Pentagon is either completely incompetent or they are covering up this massacre.
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