Miles Routledge Wikipedia, Afghanistan, Twitter, Reddit, Instagram, Youtube
Miles Routledge Wikipedia, Afghanistan, Twitter, Reddit, Instagram, Youtube – The best-known online writings of Miles Routledge, also known as Lord Miles, describe the fall of Kabul in 2021. He is a university student and traveller. He started planning a trip to Afghanistan in May 2021, and in August he landed in Kabul, figuring the current Taliban onslaught would keep the city under Taliban control for at least another month.
Miles Routledge Bio
|Name||Miles Le-vesconte Routledge|
|Date Of Birth||14 September 1999|
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|College or University||Loughborough University|
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Miles Routledge News
Together with 53-year-old charity doctor Kevin Cornwell and a Brit who oversees a hotel for humanitarian workers in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, the 23-year-old is imprisoned. Speaking to the Mail on Sunday last night, a representative of the Foreign Office said: “We are working hard to secure consular contact with British individuals arrested in Afghanistan and we are helping families.”
Show-off Miles, who refers to himself as a “Lord,” uploads films of himself frolicking in some of the most hazardous environments on the planet. He incited outrage stir August 2021 by visiting Afghanistan for “a holiday” just before it was taken over by the Taliban. The Brummie was later flown out of Kabul by the UK Government and grinned as he departed the tarmac with helpless Locals.
When Russia invaded Ukraine in March of last year, he went there and told The Sun that “I may be converted into red mist at any minute, but I’d say it’s safer than Birmingham.”Most recently, he recorded himself on Brazil’s Snake Island, which is desolate and home to 4,000 poisonous vipers.
The Sutton Coldfield native, a graduate of Loughborough University, later featured in movies alongside Taliban insurgents who were fundamentalists wielding assault weaponry made in the United States. His last social media post was posted on February 27 as he was “in transit” between flights to Afghanistan, one of several excursions he had recently made to the war-torn country.
He is now in the custody of the Taliban’s terrifying secret police division, the General Directorate of Intelligence (GDI). His phone was unreachable when The Sun attempted to call it, and his Instagram account has been shut. Last night, his whereabouts were unknown, and his mother Susan claimed she had not heard from him.
Medic Middlesbrough resident Kevin Cornwell, a married parent, was detained by members of the dreaded gang on January 11 during a raid at his hotel. He was charged by the Taliban with possessing an illegal firearm in his room’s safe at the Darya Village Hotel, which is well-liked by Western aid workers. According to his relatives, Kevin received a licence for the rifle from the Taliban administration while serving as a physician for Iqarus International in Afghanistan for 11 months.
The hotel’s British manager was also taken into custody during the raid; at his family’s request, the Mail on Sunday has agreed not to publish his identity. The group is being treated well and is in good health, according to Scott Richards, a seasoned negotiator with Presidium Network, a British non-profit organisation that works in crisis areas. Since Kevin needs medication, his health is a problem.