Pentagon claimed we droned ISIS-K, but that's not what happened


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Two weeks ago, Pentagon officials claimed the United States droned members of ISIS-K who were planning an attack on U.S. troops in Afghanistan. They've refused to name who they killed, but reassured America "secondary explosions" from the vehicle struck by a U.S. missile proved it was going to be used in an attack.

It turns out, that wasn't true. The Pentagon didn't hit a member of ISIS-K. Instead, a man who worked for a U.S. aid organization and his family were killed.