Nato forces kill top taliban commander and four others by helicopter in Swat region, north-east of Kandahardesmone
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Suffolk County Sheriff’s Department released a new image of one of the accused Taliban militants accused of attacking and killing the United States Marine Corps Staff Sergeant La David Johnson and three others, including himself, during an attack on a U.S. base on Wednesday. The image also shows a wounded Johnson in the arms of his family members, according to the Suffolk County Sheriff’s office. A third victim, Sgt. Dustin Wright, remains in critical condition at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital with gunshot wounds to the back, neck and back. A fourth victim, David Miller, 18, remains in serious condition at Jamaica Hospital with multiple gunshot wounds to the legs and shoulder.
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“Our hearts go out to the entire Johnson family and friends,” said New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. “I am shocked by the terrible loss of 바카라사이트life in the line of duty and strongly condemn this attack on American heroes.”
“It is unfortunate that the alleged assailant was identified only as Joseph Johnson or the name of an individual,” said Rep. Mike Kelly (R., N.J.). “This is a terrible tragedy. My thoughts and prayers are with all of those involved and their families.”
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Suffolk County Coroner John O’Quinn told CNN that Johnson died of gunshot wounds sustained during an ambush in a remote part of the country’s Helmand province. The incident occurred in the area of a residential compound owned by a tribal elder, O’Quinn added.
O’Quinn said the FBI and the Army are investigating what led to the attack.
Two members of the U.S. Special Operations Command, and the fourth soldier who was killed were not identified. The three were identified as William “Ryan” Owens, 24, and Joseph M. “Ryan” Bostick, 22.
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The attack took place as U.S. Marines were moving from their base in Helmand to their temporary base in northern Helmand Province where they will become the final outpost before the end of a summer break, U.S. Army Spc. Steven W. Davis, 2