Just Imagine: Two dead after US troops set iraqi prisoners on fire
SUBHEADS: New reports from Abu Ghraib prison include reports of deaths, all-night beatings, rape, electric shocks, tear gas used in confined spaces, and prisoners forced to eat their...
SUBHEADS: New reports from Abu Ghraib prison include reports of deaths, all-night beatings, rape, electric shocks, tear gas used in confined spaces, and prisoners forced to eat their own hair and feces.
President Bush calls officers responsible for Abu Ghraib prison “heros”, plans to decorate them…
Imagine that? Unimaginable. Impossible. Far fetched. Yet this is precisely what happened in Venezuela, where the government first covered up allegations of serious abuse against opposition activists held in custody, and president Chavez then went out of his way to honor the “revolutionary courage” of those responsible, going as far as to give them medals for their role in the violence!
Que molleja, primo!
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