Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Italian hostage outraged at 'clearing' of US soldiers

In a front page editorial in the Italian daily Il Manifesto, Guiliana Sgrena has called on Silvio Berlusconi, the Prime Minister, to respond what she called a 'slap in the face for the Italian Government'.

Sgrena, wrote: 'After the apologies comes the slap in the face.'

She said that the Americans had not listened to either her testimony or that of another Italian agent, even though, she said, both had given the same evidence without discussing what had happened. 'Obviously, our two testimonies given to the American commission were useless. Or will I be charged with perjury?' questioned the journalist.

The US army says their investigation concluded that 'the soldiers were all complying with the standard operating procedures for those checkpoints and therefore were not culpable of dereliction of duty in following their procedures'.

1 Comments:

Anonymous nikto said...

The article has 1 staggering ommission--A real key point that was obviously *intentionally*
left out:

What ever happened to THE CAR--You know, the one Segrena and Calipari were riding in THAT HAS BEEN HELD
BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT,AND HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED FOR INSPECTION BY ANY OBJECTIVE PARTY.

So the omission clearly implies that THE CAR is still in custody and WILL NEVER BE RELEASED FOR
INSPECTION.

Gee, I wonder why?

Perhaps most of the bullet holes were in THE REAR OF THE CAR??

This would imply MURDEROUS INTENT on the part of the soldiers who riddled THE CAR with bullets(Heinrich Himmler NEGROPONTE's
"security detail") and indicate the action as A HIT ON SEGRENA.


This smells.
Bad.
Real real bad.

4:56 pm  

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