Sunday, March 19, 2006


The Daily Star newspaper has published an article about an entire Iraqi family that was killed in a U.S. raid last Wednesday in al-es-haqi town north of Baghdad.

Associated Press photographs showed the bodies of two men, five children and
four other covered figures arriving at Tikrit General Hospital accompanied by
grief-stricken relatives.

Despite the statements of the U.S military that the house contained an Al-Qaeda suspect, Colonel Farouq Hussein of the Iraqi Police said that the autopsies of those children and women were carried out at Tikrit hospital and it was found that “all the victims had gunshot wounds to the head”.

The bodies, their hands bound, had been dumped in one room before the house
was destroyed, Hussein said. Police had found spent American-issue cartridges in
the rubble.

“It’s a clear and perfect crime without any doubts,” he said.

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