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    Posted: 04-Jul-2017 at 5:27pm
Afghan man says British special forces troops shot dead his father, two brothers and cousin in cold blood in night raid

Soldier's from Britain's elite Special Air Service have been accused of executing four unarmed men during a raid in Afghanistan - before covering up the evidence.
The rogue unit is alleged to have deliberately killed suspected insurgents rather then detaining them, and then falsified mission reports to cover their tracks.
One man claims that British special forces descended upon his house in Qala-e-Bost, Helmand Province, Afghanistan, in 2011.

His allegations are substantial enough that the Royal Military Police is now planning to interview him in Afghanistan.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4 the man said that four of his male relatives were shot despite not being affiliated with any armed group.

He said: 'It was 1am when two helicopters came and landed nearby. After about 10 mins they entered our house, they surrounded it and called for us to come out of our rooms.'
He then described how the men and women were separated and the troops started searching the house. 
The man was separated from his father and told to stay in a small room with his eyes closed.  

He added:  'I was in that room for rest of the night. Early in the morning they came and opened my eyes and said I should not go out until they left the area.
'When the helicopters left we came out of the room. As soon as I came out I saw they had martyred my father, two brothers and cousin.'

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