Iraq war: “Trophy Video” of Civilian Shootings By Contractors Emerges

Iraq war and Blackwater mercenaries, cartoon

From Daily Kos blog (USA):

“Trophy Video” of Civilian Shootings By Contractors Emerges

by Hunter

Sun Nov 27, 2005

Oh, that’s just great. Just great. From the Sunday Telegraph (UK):

A “trophy” video appearing to show security guards in Baghdad randomly shooting Iraqi civilians has sparked two investigations after it was posted on the internet, the Sunday Telegraph can reveal.

The video has sparked concern that private security companies, which are not subject to any form of regulation either in Britain or in Iraq, could be responsible for the deaths of hundreds of innocent Iraqis.

See also here.

Iraq’s ex prime minister Allawi: Human rights now in Iraq the same or worse than under Saddam Hussein.

Fijian contractors die in Iraq: here.

5 thoughts on “Iraq war: “Trophy Video” of Civilian Shootings By Contractors Emerges

  1. See also for more info re Aegis / Spicer / Collins and ties to senior UK military staff, etc.,

    Jack Straw, Condi’s latest washroom encounter / pal, eyes gyrating like balls on a bagatelle will deny everything – maybe bad apples in barrel etc., Bottom line fuck all will happen.

    The video simply confirms what all suspected.

    However the mid Conrgresional elections are looming and a lot of anxious Red Statesmen are looking very worried – a shift in thinking and of personnel will be announced by Dubya Wednesday.

    Meanwhile examine what Bantz Craddock at SOUTHCOM has been quietly planning as a surprise for Mr Chavez having signed the deal for a Ven / Columbian pipeline so VZ oil can exit on the Pacific.

    The Betway Gangsters have other fish to fry.


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