Red Notice Abuse Report: Imagine Taliban Using INTERPOL

Afghanistan under the Taliban regime gaining access to INTERPOL’s resources would present a real danger to the regime’s opponents and lead to abuse of historic proportions

For several days, the world watched Afghanistan fall into the hands of the Taliban.  What seems even more stunning than the speed with which the country has been taken over is what appears to be the readiness of some politicians, including those representing Western democracies, to recognize the new regime as a legitimate government.  Let us imagine the Taliban using INTERPOL.

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