In addition to the fields of attack helicopters that the United States turned over to the Taliban when Joe Biden precipitously ordered American troops out, there are medical supplies, weapons, piles of ammunition, and vehicles.
And biometric data and readers, with which those terrorists likely now can identify many of those individuals who worked with an international coalition of forces over the last 20 years in its effort to rid the nation of terror.
A report by Christine Douglass-Williams on the Jihadwatch blog got directly to the point: “Not only does the Taliban have lists of the names and phone numbers of every Afghan who worked for U.S. in the past two decades, but the Taliban is also in possession of sophisticated biometric data machines (Handheld Interagency Identity Detection Equipment-HIIDE).
“The implications are disastrous.”
The report said HIIDE devices hold identifying information such as iris scans and fingerprints as well as biographical details.
Peter Kiernan, a U.S. Marine Special Operat