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By Evan Derkacz, www.alternet.org
Warning: This video may be disturbing to some viewers
The video to the right, which contains a disturbing message from a man who claims to have been a guard at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, was removed from Youtube recently for violating the terms of agreement. It's easy to see why.
According to IraqSlogger, an investigation into the validity of the obscured man's claims of torture, rape and abuse has begun. Though the Army's investigative affairs division isn't providing details they do say they're taking it "seriously," according to Christina Davidson's report, which goes on to point out that there have been a number of false claims of both soldier and insurgent atrocities.
Video of Dennis Loo
MediaChannel.org report on the flipside...
Wednesday morning after his SOTU, Smirk went to Wilmington, DE to hawk his bogus "energy" plan. He did not recieve a "warm" welcome from the good citizens....
Music video montage of the Washington DC event...
US soldiers, supposedly "training" Iraqi Shiite soldiers watch and do nothing as Sunnis are beaten and manhandled. Won't see this on "fair and balanced" Amerikan TV....
How much more poingnant does it get? At the tail end of an MSNBC interview with the anti-war Progressive Caucus Co-Chair, Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey, its announced seven more US service personel have been killed in Iraq....
Report below the fold...
A video presentation of PGI's Iraqi Voices Project
Listening with open ears has accomplished much over the course of history. Perhaps spreading the voices of those enmeshed in the Iraqi conundrum will spur positive action.
By Dal LaMagna
View our video of dinner with Congressman Jim McDermott and leading Iraqis in Amman Jordan
At the dinner table, sit a host of Middle East leaders with Congressman Jim McDermott. The setting is Amman, Jordan; the topic is what to do about Iraq.
By Dennis Kyne
This testimony is from the heaing regarding LT WATADA. His trial is on 2/ 5/ 2007. please visit www.thankyoult.org
Darrell Anderson (purple heart, '04)
and Chanan Suarez-Diaz (listen to what he is saying.)
Thanks to Ryan Tompkins, many thanks.
listen to the song that is telling the same story. here
From back in the day, you know, when we had a Constitution...
Officer Refused to Deploy to Iraq
Fresh Air from WHYY, January 25, 2007 · Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada is the first American officer to refuse to deploy to Iraq on the grounds that he thinks the war is illegal. He is joined by one of his lawyers, Eric Seitz, a civillian. Watada is now being court-martialed for his refusal, and for statements he made opposing the war and the Bush administration's leadership. LISTEN