Thursday, January 20, 2005


UK perisoner abuse: An undated handout photograph issued on January 18, 2005 is seen, which is being used as evidence in a court martial in Osnabruck, Germany. Three British soldiers pleaded not guilty at a court martial on Tuesday to abusing and sexually humiliating Iraqi civilians in May 2003, although one admitted he had beaten a detained man. Lance corporals Darren Larkin and Mark Cooley and Corporal Daniel Kenyon, all from the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, face charges of mistreating Iraqis during an operation to stop looting in the chaotic weeks after the invasion of Iraq

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At 3/06/2006 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

why do we have to abide by the
Geneva Convention when American hostages, civilians and journalist
being targeted the most, are treated with no respect. They drag hostages thru the streets after cutting off thier heads and hanging them from bridges. yet they recieve no media attention or disciplnary measures. But if America takes a picture or two the whole world gets upset

 

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