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Kim Jae-won posted a video of ‘Taliban shooting’ on social media and deleted it after an hour

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Kim Jae-won, Supreme Councilor for People’s Power. © News1 By Oh Dae-il

On the 21st, Kim Jae-won, a member of the People’s Power Supreme Council, posted on Facebook a video of the shooting of locals by the Taliban, an Islamic militant group that took control of Afghanistan, and then deleted it.

Kim posted a video on Facebook at around 9 am on the same day, saying, “The horrors of Afghanistan, where the regime was handed over to the Taliban militants.”

In the video, the alleged Taliban shot and shot about 10 people kneeling with their hands tied with guns, one after another.

Those who were shot fell immediately, and blood was seen flowing around them.

“The brutal genocide is just the beginning,” Kim said. “The government must face the reality of the situation in Afghanistan and quickly review the national defense system, and accept Afghan refugees from a humanitarian perspective.”

Kim seems to have informed the seriousness of the situation in Afghanistan through the video and message and insisted on accepting refugees on a humanitarian level. However, it was pointed out that it was inappropriate to post a video of the firing process on social media where anyone could see it.

There were comments on the post pointing out, “What if I upload this video as it is?” In the end, Supreme Commissioner Kim deleted it about an hour after the video was posted.

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