Revealed Sadism NATO Troops in Afghanistan, Kills Afghan Boy

Khost - Military operations of Western troops under the command of the United States in Afghanistan since 2011 for the umpteenth time dining among the civilian death toll. A boy was killed by gunfire directed at militants in eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday (03/23/2011).

Jeremy Morlock, United States soldiers was 22 years old, seemed grinning beside the corpse of Mudin Gul, son of Afghan farmers, who had just massacred him along with his friends. This happened on January 15, 2010 but only now revealed

Coalition forces opened fire from the air into the car carrying a group of militants in the province of Khost, eastern Afghanistan, but the attack on another vehicle, killing the boy.

Statement was issued Khost police chief, Abdul Hakim Esahaqaai. According to him, two other civilians were also wounded in the incident.

"Coalition forces killed two enemy and wounding two others. But when they opened fire, a civilian car coming from opposite direction is also affected by the attack. One child was killed and two others injured," he said.

Mubarez Zadran, Khost provincial government spokesman, confirmed the incident but declined to give further detailed explanation.

While International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), NATO-led states are still investigating the claim.

"We conduct offensive operations to target a guerrilla leader in the province of Khost. We know there are civilian casualties and we are still investigating," the army said in a statement.

Civilian deaths in military operations is a very sensitive issue in Afghanistan as coalition troops preparing to hand over security responsibilities to Afghan forces by 2014.

That last event occurred after the nine children who are looking for firewood have been killed in Nato air strike near the border with Pakistan earlier this month.

Problem of civilian deaths has eroded popular support for the government of President Hamid Karzai's Western-backed.

Karzai rejected the apology commander of foreign troops from the United States, General David Petraeus for the deaths of nine children in air strikes in Kunar province, eastern Afghanistan, it is.

A total of 711 foreign soldiers have been killed in the war in Afghanistan over the past year. Afghan Interior Ministry announced that 2043 civilians were killed during 2010 alone.