Some victims were handcuffed and hooded before being shot dead, it was claimed.
The Taliban, local elders, and clerics reportedly tried Rokhshana and a man in Ghalmin, a village just 25 miles from Ghor’s capital.
In recent years, the militant group has capitalised on the drawdown of international troops and desperate poverty in the province, bolstering their ranks with disaffected young men.
Throughout Afghanistan, the Taliban represent the rule of law in areas under their control, freely running their own courts where they hand out justice based on their interpretation of sharia law.
As we have seen so far, none of it has really stacked up.’The allegations include claims that SAS soldiers doctored reports and used fake photographs to hide civilian deaths.
It was said they had placed Taliban pistols and rifles near dead civilians to make them look like enemy fighters.