Gunfire and beatings: Congressional offices get harrowing reports from Afghanistan evacuees and trapped citizens

Gunfire and beatings: Congressional offices get harrowing reports from Afghanistan evacuees and trapped citizens


Congressional staff and members frantically working to help U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents, and family members escape from Afghanistan after the Taliban took over the country have received harrowing reports of the chaotic situation in the final days before and after the military’s withdrawal.

From being on the phone with individuals dodging gunfire to messages describing Taliban beating U.S. citizens, lives are on the line as an ever-changing security landscape hamstrings staff members working long hours to assist those stranded.

One message screenshot shared with the Washington Examiner, which is not being directly quoted to protect the identities and safety of those still in Kabul, describes a group of U.S. citizens who arranged for transportation to the airport. The Taliban only let a few through, beating the rest and firing gunshots over their heads, sending them running.

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Now that the U.S. military has fully withdrawn from the Kabul airport, some Americans and their families

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