On August 29, after the attack on a Kabul airport checkpoint in which 13 US servicemen were killed, the Pentagon conducted a drone attack on the vehicle of an alleged terrorist in the center of the Afghan capital. However, now two of the most important newspapers in the United States question the official version, and they do so by analyzing photographs, videos and satellite images of the attack. What one of the newspapers calls “visual forensics”, something like “visual forensics”. Although the news section of The Wall Street Journal does not include a report on the incident, its editorial board has found that the two works of its rivals are convincing and that this possible error adds to the incompetence of the United States and its lack of competence. concern about his Afghan allies in his hasty departure from that country. Miguel Ángel Antoñanzas has the report.