NYT Reporter Gives Chilling Detail About How Biden’s Final Drone Strike Likely Killed Innocent People in Afghanistan

New York Times reporter Evan Hill gave a chilling detailed thread on Twitter on how Biden’s final drone strike most likely murdered innocent people in Afghanistan.

“The final act of the U.S. war in Afghanistan was a drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 people. Our latest investigation shows how a man the military saw as an “imminent threat” and “ISIS facilitator” was actually an aid worker returning to his family: The military said it believed Zemari Ahmadi’s white Toyota Corolla, which it tracked by drone for eight hours that day, was packed with explosives. Security camera video we obtained showed him loading it with water containers for his home. I’ll detail our findings in this thread.”

“Ahmadi was a 14-year employee of Nutrition & Education International, a U.S. NGO that fights malnutrition. He helped start up soy factories, repair machinery, transport his colleagues and distribute food from his Corolla to displaced Afghans. Aug. 29, according to his family and colleagues, was a normal day for Ahmadi. He left home around 9am, picked up 2 colleagues and his boss’s laptop, stopped for breakfast, and headed to the office in the Karte Seh neighborhood.”

According to this report, Zemari Ahmadi was murdered in the final drone strike from Biden after he was perceived to be an “ISIS facilitator” though that turned out to be wrong. Zemari Ahmadi was a 14-year employee of the Nutrition and Education International which is an NGO that fights hunger and malnutrition.

Ahmadi did many things for the cause like help build soy factories and distribute food to Afghans who have been displaced. Sadly he was killed on August 29th by a U.S. drone strike which took nine other lives.

U.S. intelligence believed his white Toyota Carolla had explosives in the car however the security footage shows that he was loading his containers with water. The U.S. drone tracked Ahmadi for eight hours before they ultimately killed him.

This was three days after the attack on the Kabul airport that had killed 13 troops, U.S. military was expecting another attack. The U.S. Military is claiming a white sedan emerged from an Islamic State safe house that was Near Ahmadi’s home, which was given instructions. Those who were in the vehicle with Ahmadi.

A writer for the New York Times Matthieu Aikins interviewed the other men who were in the vehicle the U.S. had surveyed. They claimed that what the U.S. military viewed as suspicious was a normal day driving around making plans for food distribution. Hill goes further to show what was really going on with Ahmadi. They show him filling up jugs with water to take home and one of his colleagues moving his vehicle further up in the office parking lot. The feed from surveillance of the office is cut when the generator for the office is turned off and the men leave the office.

Ahmadi turns down his street after dropping off his colleagues and his brother’s children gather around his care which was out of habit, the military claims they saw none of this. They claim to have seen an adult male talking to the driver and decide to fire on the vehicle before it could head to the airport.

The military claims of large secondary explosions suggesting that there were explosives don’t match up the experts’ evaluations of the aftermath according to Hill.

Hill also reported, “Four days before Ahmadi was killed, his employer had applied for his family to receive refugee resettlement in the U.S. At the time of the strike, they were still awaiting approval. Looking to the U.S. for protection, they became some of the last victims in America’s longest war.”

Based on this evidence from the New York Times, it appears the Biden administration wrongfully murdered an innocent good samaritan who was actually helping people out in Afghanistan. Six children, including a pair of two-year-olds, and four adults were killed by the drone strike. This may be the tip of the iceberg as some could speculate that through Biden’s two terms as V.P. and these last seven months he has been responsible for the deaths of many innocent civilians.

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