“Based on a report by our Mujahideen groups, you have been accused of helping the Americans. You are also accused of providing security to your brother, xxxxxxx xxx who has been an interpreter for the Infidel Crusaders.”
CNN obtained letters that supposedly say the Taliban sentenced the brother Afghan translator to death.
The Taliban claim the man helped the U.S. and his brother translated for the U.S. troops.
“A former service member who worked with the translator confirmed his service and his brother’s plights,” wrote CNN’s Brianna Keilar and Veronica Stracqualursi.
CNN blacked out the names of the accused and places.
The first letter told the brother, “Based on a report by our Mujahideen groups, you have been accused of helping the Americans. You are also accused of providing security to your brother, xxxxxxx xxx who has been an interpreter for the Infidel Crusaders.”
The Taliban demanded the man show up at “xxxxx village.”
The brother did not appear for the sham court date. The Taliban informed him that his “file has been transferred to the Sharia Court.” If they find him “guilty of providing assistance to the western invaders” and sentenced to death he cannot object.
The third letter notified the brother the Sharia Court sentenced him to death.
I’m going to post pictures of the letters with the translation below them.
The letters are more proof the Taliban will not keep their pinky promises to President Joe Biden. They can stop gaslighting us because we all knew they would never do as they say. They’re a freaking terrorist group.
Interpreters voiced their safety concerns as soon as the Taliban started to take over Afghanistan.
The below video is not about the brother or interpreter, but it showcases their fear.
NBC News broadcasted the segment on July 9. Yes, July 9th…over a month ago.DONATE
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