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Secret documents reveal truth about American massacre in Iraq

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Secret documents reveal truth about American massacre in Iraq

President Barack Obama may have declared the war in Iraq over, but unearthed documents thought to have been destroyed are bringing to light gruesome details from a skirmish that the military wishes hadn’t happened.

Scouring a junkyard outside of Baghdad, a reporter for The New York Times recently came across 400 pages of interrogations detailing the truth behind a massacre of dozens of Iraqi civilians that was carried out by American troops in 2005 in the town of Haditha. The documents, once under lock-and-key, were supposed to be destroyed. The reporter, however, came upon the remnants of the slightly-charred file as he picked through the debris in the dump.

According to the reporter, the junkyard attendant was using pages of the paper for kindling as he roasted a dinner of smoked carp in a trailer on the site..... MORE


URL: http://rt.com/usa/news/documents-american-massacre-iraq-925/

1 comment

Jesusa Bernardo said...

Nagtataka ba tayong nangyari ang kriminal na paglusob ng us/nato at puppet rebels nito sa Libya? Kung ang mga masaker nga ng Kalbong Agila sa Iraq pinayagan ng mundo eh, specifically, the powerful western nations, along with the evl puppy arab league.

"“I mean, whether it’s a result of our action or other action, you know, discovering 20 bodies, throats slit, 20 bodies, you know, beheaded, 20 bodies here, 20 bodies there,” carelessly remarked the soldier.

"On that November day in Haditha , women, children and a 76-year-old civilian sitting in a wheelchair were among those executed. An investigation opened up over the incident, though charges were dropped against six of the Marines linked to the incident, and a seventh was acquitted. Only one Marine remains to go to court for the incident, but not until next year — seven years after the massacre."

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