Taliban 'Peacefully' Parades Executed Corpses of Un-Islamic 'Traitors'
Three accused criminals left to dangle from cranes
The Taliban, who have been described as "peaceful" and "professional" by the White House, strung up bodies of three accused criminals and left them to dangle from cranes earlier this week.
Last month, Neon Nettle reported that National Security Council (NSC) Spokesperson Emily Horne said the White House is eternally grateful to the violent Taliban terrorist group for being “businesslike and professional.”
“The Taliban have been cooperative in facilitating the departure of American citizens and lawful permanent residents on charter flights from HKIA."
"They have shown flexibility, and they have been businesslike and professional in our dealings with them in this effort."
Earlier this week, three bodies of men who allegedly tried to break into a man's home were strung up before being executed for public display.
It also follows another incident a few weeks ago, when an alleged kidnapper was shot and killed by police.
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The alleged kidnapper’s three accomplices were also strung up for public view.
A Taliban member told The Associated Press"
“The aim of this action is to alert all criminals that they are not safe."
In August, Neon Nettle reported the Taliban were going "house-to-house" in Kabul "hanging" Afghans who they believe worked with Americans.
According to reports on the ground, militants sent out a warning for "people that operated with America" before hunting down and executing people who helped U.S. forces over the years.
In September, an 8-month pregnant female police officer was executed by the Taliban in her own home during door-to-door executions.
Witnesses say Banu Negar was shot dead by a group of Taliban thugs as her husband and children were forced to watch.
Negar, who worked in the local prison, was killed at her home in Firozkoh, the capital of central Ghor province, amid increasing violence under the new regime.