Human rights organization condemns handling by the Civilian Casualties in Afghanistan
Amnesty International calls none of the cases of civilians killed in Afghanistan to be prosecuted by the American military.
A human rights organization released a report containing harsh criticism that claims Americans are not adequately investigate the number of civilian casualties, even the possibility of war crimes, which occurred during military operations in Afghanistan.
NGO Amnesty International report entitled "Left in the Dark" detailing the organization's investigation of 10 incidents between the years 2009 to 2013 in which more than 140 civilians, including pregnant women and children who died as a result of military operations.
Richard Bennett, director of Amnesty International's Asia-Pacific region, said that none of their cases investigated by the military legal process.
The report released Monday said the main obstacle to provide justice for the victims and their relatives in Afghanistan is what they call "the American military justice system is deeply flawed."
Bennett said America "is almost never punish its soldiers in a murder case."
He urged Americans to learn from other countries that "in recent years has been to reform the civil justice system means their military."
The report also called on Afghanistan to ensure that any bilateral agreement with the United States and NATO in the future will ensure there is accountability for civilian deaths.