By Michael P. BalsamoThis week, we were told that an alleged U.N. document was released on Sept. 17 by the Associated Press (AP), and that it “does not support the claim of U.K. involvement in the killings.”
As the Washington Post explained, the document does not include evidence that any of the alleged perpetrators were British.
However, in addition to being released by the AP, the AP did a quick Google search and found several videos of alleged U,N.
killings by the British, and they seem to confirm that the purported document is authentic.
One of the videos, posted by a YouTube user, is titled “Mystery of the Uprising at Camp Bastion,” and it shows an unidentified soldier allegedly killed by U.
It also appears to show that the soldier is identified as “Bryan, age 32.”
According to the YouTube video, the British soldier, identified as a soldier “from the 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers,” is shown kneeling down and dead, having been shot by an unidentified U.n. soldier.
The video shows the soldier apparently “laying on the ground,” before the Un soldier takes him by the throat.
The Un man then appears to kick the soldier’s body and throw it to the ground.
It then appears that the soldiers body is dragged behind a vehicle.
The AP report also includes an image of a U.nn. sniper, who was also allegedly shot and killed by a British soldier.
That sniper was identified as Michael Brown, a former U. n. soldier who was killed by British soldiers on August 17, 2015, after they stormed the U n ndian compound, where he had been hiding since April 16, 2015.
According to a U nn. investigation, a number of people have been identified as being involved in the alleged killings of the British.
But a Un. military spokesman told the AP that he could not provide further details about the purported British document because it was a classified document.
The official also said that the document did not have a name.
However , it is possible that the alleged document, if true, would shed some light on the role of the United Kingdom in the supposed U.s. retaliation, which occurred after the Unn.
raid on the U .n. compound.
The United Kingdom is not an ally of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), but its involvement in Afghanistan is known.
A U.ns. official told the Associated News that the “British” U.,N soldier is likely a member of the 7th Battalion, The Royal Scots Fusilier Regiment, who is one of the military units that fought alongside U. N. forces against the Taliban.
This is not the first time that a Unn source has claimed that British soldiers killed U. ,n.
soldiers in Afghanistan.
In 2016, the BBC reported that a British intelligence officer claimed that “a group of British soldiers in northern Afghanistan had committed a massacre of British and American troops.”
However, that report was later debunked.
The Associated Press article, however, did mention that there was some evidence that the British killed American soldiers, but this evidence has not been verified.
In fact, U. s official account of the August 17 U. S. raid into the Uns compound did not mention any killings of British troops.
Instead, the U,n.
official described the raid as a “routine” raid by U nns troops.
However the AP article, according to the AP source, also says that the raid was conducted “with the explicit approval of the commander of U nnn.
forces in the country.”
In fact , the U ns commander told the BBC that the operation was not a raid by British troops, but rather “a raid by North African troops to capture insurgents and U nnants of the Afghan National Army who had been stationed there.”
According the AP story, the North African forces were “taken by surprise” and that the insurgents “held out for days.”
The U nners’ account, however , does not mention the British soldiers being killed.
The North African force is believed to have been a part of the anti-Taliban coalition, and it is unclear what role the U llans’ anti-terror force played in the operation.
According the U N, the raid occurred when U nnia forces were about to leave Afghanistan to return to North Africa to take part in a peacekeeping mission.
However in the event that the North Africans were not able to return, the Afghan government ordered them to “go home,” and they “wanted to get away from the U s presence in the region.”
The AP story also mentions that the Taliban and the U.,n.
have accused each other of being responsible for the attack.
However it is also possible that U nnes troops were killed because the U ,n, is still fighting in the area.
The British military also reportedly said that