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    Filed at 9:18 pm under by dcobranchi

    I really didn’t think Iraq could get any worse. I was wrong.

    As first reported by TIME back in March, there is increasing evidence that a small number of Marines carried out unlawful and unwarranted killings of civilians in Western Iraq, including the Sunni-majority city of Haditha. On Friday, the New York Times reported that preliminary results of a military inquiry showed that the civilians killed in the city last November had not died from a makeshift bomb, as the Pentagon had initially stated, nor in a crossfire with insurgents, as was later announced.

    Murdering women and children in our name. Oh, God!

    2 Responses to “CAN WE PLEASE GO HOME NOW?”

    Comment by
    May 27th, 2006
    at 12:22 am

    The worst is yet to come. Abu Ghraib was the men’s prison. We still haven’t gotten official confirmation on what when on in the women’s and children’s prison, or what has happened since.

    Comment by
    May 27th, 2006
    at 12:56 pm

    Sorry, but I guess I don’t know why you are surprised at this. It’s a military invasion. Man’s inhumanity at its finest.