The soldier was caught on U.S. surveillance video that showed him walking up to his base, laying down his weapon and raising his arms in surrender, according to an Afghan official who viewed the footage.
The official said Wednesday there were also two to three hours of video footage covering the time of the attack that Afghan investigators are trying to get from the U.S. military. He spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the issue.
U.S. authorities showed their Afghan counterparts the video of the surrender to prove that only one perpetrator was involved in the shootings, the official said.
Some Afghan officials and residents in the villages that were attacked have insisted there was more than one shooter. If the disagreement persists, it could deepen the distrust between the two countries.from American soldier accused in shooting spree flown out of Afghanistan
This surveillance video was taken from a blimp, and can hardly be said to prove the identity of the figure seen surrendering. It could have been faked easily. Note that the US military is not as forthcoming with the video from the time of the attacks. Also note that we have not seen any statements from the accused, who was whisked out of the country before Afghan officials could question him.
Anyone who is interested in tracing the beginnings of this colossal disinformation campaign, which is intended to protect organized Satanism, can do so by clicking on the Advanced Search button at the bottom of the Google News page. It offers an option of viewing news from particular days. The first reports on this incident appeared on March 11th.