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Afghan War Data, Once Public, Is Censored in U.S. Military Report

Afghan War Data, Once Public, Is Censored in U.S. Military Report --The U.S. has spent $120 billion on reconstruction protecting and cultivating the CIA's poppy fields and opium dissemination since the start of the war | 30 Oct 2017 | The American military command in Afghanistan has decided to keep secret [!] key figures related to the growth and progress of local security forces, redacting the numbers at the behest of Afghan officials [Yeah, right!] from the latest report by the government's watchdog for spending...Among the details being kept private in the report are the number of people in the Afghan army and police force, how many of them have been wounded or killed and the state of their equipment. "The Afghans know what’s going on; the Taliban knows what's going on; the U.S. military knows what's going on," John F. Sopko, the special inspector general for Afghanistan, whose office compiled the quarterly report, said in an interview. "The only people who don't know what's going on are the people paying for it."