Taliban going house-to-house and hanging those who worked with US. We left them a map, says North

Reports are coming out of Afghanistan that the Taliban has a list of people who helped U.S. forces and are now going door-to-door searching for them and then brutally hanging those that they find.

Lt. Colonel Oliver North joined Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday night and broke some very disturbing news. “They’ve got the bank records. They got it all thanks to the embassy… It is being reported that the Taliban has captured the payroll data from the American embassy and the Kabul banks showing the names, addresses, and phone numbers for locals now being hunted down.”

Ryan Rogers, who is a retired Marine sergeant, also told Fox News on Thursday that Taliban fighters are ferreting out and executing former Afghan commandoes and interpreters. One interpreter that he worked with in Helmand province is trapped in Kabul and can’t reach the airport.

“He told me yesterday they hung three [Afghan National Army] commanders that they had found,” Rogers stated. “And that close to the place that he’s hiding, they’re going house-to-house and that they sent a transmission out saying they had plans for the people that operated with America.”

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“I said, hey, did you see any of this stuff with your eyes? He said yes,” Rogers reported. “They’re not showing this stuff because the people are cheering, but they’re scared to death, and they’re hanging these people. And he said they’re going house to house and their priorities are Afghan National Army Special Forces, the police special forces, and the interpreters.”

Afghan MP Farzana Kochai told Sky News, “The Taliban announced to the fighters that they have no right to go to anyone’s house and search for anything. But the fighters are searching the houses. They are coming and going to everyone’s house and seeing where there is a car or not.”

The Taliban have been conducting “targeted door-to-door visits” of people who have worked with the United States and NATO forces, according to a confidential document by the UN’s threat assessment consultants that was seen by AFP and reported by the Times of Israel.

“They are targeting the families of those who refuse to give themselves up, and prosecuting and punishing their families ‘according to Sharia law,’” Christian Nellemann, the Norwegian Center for Global Analyses executive director, told AFP. “We expect both individuals previously working with NATO/US forces and their allies, alongside with their family members to be exposed to torture and executions.”

Many are reporting that the Taliban are also looking for Christians and converts to execute.

The Biden administration is deflecting and waffling over the reports. State Department spokesman Ned Price reluctantly admitted that they were aware of reports that interpreters and former Afghan military officers were being hunted down and executed by Taliban forces.

There has been a myriad of reports out of Afghanistan over the last two weeks that they are executing surrendering Afghan soldiers.

“In a bipartisan fashion, there’s extreme disappointment, especially by those that have served,” Rep. Brad Wenstrup, an Ohio Republican and Army Reserve officer, noted to Fox News. “And we have lost on this our moral standing in the world, and it’s a sign of weakness rather than strength.”

“I find it hard to believe that our military and intelligence community would have recommended it this way,” he asserted, slamming the Biden administration’s leadership. “But those are some of the questions that we need to have answered.”

The Biden administration has our troops focusing on securing the airport under fire in Kabul and will not allow them to go into the city on rescue missions as the British paratroopers are doing. Between 11,000 and 15,000 Americans are now stranded behind enemy lines and are essentially on their own. The Taliban has thousands of hostages to choose from those they don’t kill or take as sex slaves.

Rogers’ interpreter tried to make it to the airport but heard gunfire and turned back. “It was desperate,” he stated. “He said, ‘I have my pistol, and they’re never going to take me. There’s no way it can end like this. It can only end one way — glory be to God.’ I mean, he was scared.”

Rogers responded to President Biden’s claim that there was no way to leave Afghanistan without “chaos ensuing” by pointing out that Americans and allies could have been evacuated before the Taliban took Kabul and everything disintegrated.

“If somebody is going to help us for 20 years, and we’re going to make a bunch of promises to them, we need to fulfill those promises,” he asserted. “And yesterday, it sounded like they weren’t going to go outside the airport. And that’s where a lot of those promises are hiding right now.”

Many contend that Biden has blood on his hands over this:

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