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British special forces soldier killed six Taliban in pitch-black

Incredible reports have emerged of a young 29 year old British SAS hero, who has killed six Taliban in a cave with little to no vision available and only had his senses to keep him alive.  The fight had taken place in an underground cave complex in Afghanistan, during a secret mission in January of this year.

The Daily Star has reported that the soldier managed to shoot and kill three terrorists in complete darkness, while claw hammering another three in a series of underground tunnels less than 2 feet wide and 4 feet high, which ended in a blood bath. The fight was said to be so dangerous, that the Afghans who accompanies the SAS soldier turned back and allowed him to fight alone.

The soldier crawled into the narrow tunnel and took only his Glock 9mm pistol. The SAS soldier relied on sound, smell and touch to track and kill six terrorists in the pitch-black environment. The soldier then used his Glock to kill the first three Taliban he encountered, but when he went to shoot the fourth, his pistol jammed, according to the Daily Star report. He then picked up his claw hammer and butchered three of the Taliban insurgents, who were very high up in the Taliban command.

The source told the national newspaper: “It was a brutal fight to the death. The SAS sergeant emerged from the tunnel half an hour later covered in blood, both his own and those of the men he had killed. He fought two more in the dark where the tunnel opened into a larger room which was partially lit by a candle. After he killed those two, he was attacked by another but killed him almost instantly with a single blow.”