The Floodgates Open: Horrific New Evidence Of Soldiers' Brutality In Iraq May 02, 2004

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From Mark

Dear All,

We hope this finds you well and in good spirit.

Further wide spread abuses of Iraqi's by UK/US forces, as stated below, "Such incidents, worsening local hostility against occupation forces, are increasing pressure on Mr Blair not to embroil British troops any more deeply in Iraq."

This is all by DESIGN to enrage the people of Iraq and other surrounding Islamic nations to rise up in arms against the UK/US forces. This provides even more justification for the recall of the draft (a draft that will include your daughters this time) and further escalation of the war in Iraq.

http://jahtruth.net/ww3-2.htm

When the next terror attack occurs on UK/US soil, the Jewish Zionist* supporting Neo-CONs will point to the Islamic world as the terrorists and insist that Marshall Law is the only solution to protect you. The "Rights" you thought you had will be gone forever, and your so-called "protectors" will become your "captors".

* King of kings' Bible - Revelation 2:9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and [I know] the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are NOT, but [are] (Idumeans) the synagogue of Satan. 

We had better get ourselves together under One banner, in One cause and put an end to these Lies and Evil, NOW. This is only further proof that the ONLY SOLUTION to the insanity at hand, is to read, digest, live and enforce "The Plan", before the enemy enforces theirs.


http://jahtruth.co.uk/plan.htm 

LLTF,

Mark



The Floodgates Open: Horrific New Evidence Of Soldiers' Brutality In Iraq May 02, 2004

Source: The Independent

Shocking new evidence of brutality by coalition troops against Iraqi detainees emerged last night in a secret US military report into the treatment of prisoners at the notorious Abu Ghraib prison.

The revelation that US military police and intelligence officers had beaten Iraqi detainees, set dogs on them and threatened them with rape came as the world recoiled at photographs of British soldiers seemingly mistreating Iraqis in custody. The sight of servicemen humiliating and tormenting a bound and hooded Iraqi prisoner caused fury in the Arab world and brought condemnation from Tony Blair.

Ill-treatment of prisoners, if proved true, was "completely and utterly unacceptable. We went to Iraq to get rid of that type of thing, not to do it." Blair said.

They surfaced two days after pictures were published of laughing US service personnel humiliating Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib prison. But a 53-page report, obtained by the renowned US investigative journalist Seymour Hersh and published in the forthcoming issue of The New Yorker magazine, makes it clear that the mistreatment went much further than that shown in the photographs.

The report into the military prison system in Iraq, by Major General Antonio Taguba, said there were "sadistic, blatant and wanton criminal abuses" at Abu Ghraib, and listed some of them: "Breaking chemical lights and pouring the phosphoric liquid on detainees ... beating detainees with a broom handle and a chair; threatening male detainees with rape ... sodomising a detainee with a chemical light and perhaps a broomstick, and using military working dogs to frighten and intimidate detainees ... and in one instance actually biting a detainee."

Gen Taguba's report makes it clear that far from being isolated actions by low-level personnel, intelligence interrogators encouraged the military police to "soften up" detainees. He recommended disciplinary action for at least two senior officers apart from Brigadier General Janis Karpinski, whose suspension as chief of military prisons in Iraq was revealed after the photographs were published last week.

The shaming news about British and American abuses in Iraq follows Robert Fisk's revelation in The Independent on Sunday in January that a Basra hotel receptionist, Baha Mousa, had died in British military custody. Possible manslaughter charges are being considered by the military authorities, who are still investigating six other deaths.

Such incidents, worsening local hostility against occupation forces, are increasing pressure on Mr Blair not to embroil British troops any more deeply in Iraq.