Thursday, March 24, 2005

U.S. blocks Italian examination of Sgrena car

The U.S. military command in Iraq has blocked two Italian policemen from examining the car in which an Italian intelligence agent was shot to death in Baghdad, a newspaper said Wednesday.

Corriere della Sera said that the policemen were about to leave when the Italian Embassy in Baghdad received an order from the U.S. command on Monday to abort the mission for security concerns.

The car, a Toyota Corolla, is reportedly still in American hands, at Baghdad airport where it was originally rented.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Reynard T. Fox said...

Hmmmmmmm...I wonder why? And the neo-con trolls kept arguing with me that this take on this story was conspiracy. Nothing to see here, huh, sheep? Now what does the U.S. military have to hide. I wonder. Anyone who believes that governments do not conspire is terribly naive...or in denial.

9:28 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it a corolla or what looks like the VW you posted in the part 1 of your "how they did it and why?"

just curious.

12:46 pm  

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