It seems some outraged afghanis gathered some info and had some journalists take pictures and pull out CCTV footage from the ISIS-K drone strike of a week ago.
Some homo posted on Twatter much of the bulk of the security footage and field photography investigation and it's all but confirmed that the U.S. flung a Hellfire missile to a non-governmental organization worker in charge of a food bank and who also worked as a repairman for kitchens in U.S. facilities while he was transporting gallons of water to his house due to the water shortage in Kabul.
The theory is that the dudes in charge of the drones and surveillance measures weren't familiar with people transporting water in plastic gallons in the middle of crisis or shortages, along with food boxes, so they suspected he was putting gasoline trying to bomb a roadblock. So after traversing the town they eliminated him after stopping at the NGO office sponsored by the U.S. itself, the strike also killed all his children and some near the place. 11 killed in total.
News anon might do a better job formatting this than me but found funny this got drowned from all the mandatory vaxx news so might as well.