These areas include the former red light district (to the east of Queen St) which is now home to apartments, restaurants, bars, Vector Arena and Auckland University.
SAS officers commanded and led the attack, supported by US and Afghan forces. Instead, at least 21 civilians were killed and injured – many of them women and children – and the SAS and US forces burned and blew up about a dozen houses. The defence force and government then tried to keep the whole thing secret.
They have never admitted nor taken responsibility for what they did.
Statistics New Zealand has mapped 2015 police crime data, released to Newshub under the Official Information Act, to show the areas with the highest number of assaults, sexual assaults and robberies in public places.
The crimes include anything from rape to being beaten up or being robbed of your cellphone at knife-point.
The book describes a series of operations which proved to be ill-conceived, tragic and disastrous.
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