Successful US troops attack of wedding party

US armed forces slaughter Iraqi civilians in wedding party.
A successful military strike by a helicopter belonging to the US armed forces slaughtered a group of Iraqi civilians as they celebrated a wedding on Wednesday, 19th May. All the targets were destroyed.

AP News Agency claims that the number of victims was 40, while Al Arabiya speaks of 20 and other sources claim that 15 children and 10 women were carbonized by the precision attack by US armed forces on a wedding cortege.

However, the most plausible report is from Lieutenant Coronel Ziyad Al-Jibouri, spokesperson from Ramadi police force, who claimed that between 42 and 45 civilians were massacred in this attack at 02.45.  The figure of 45 deaths was confirmed by  doctor Salah al-Ani from the Ramadi hospital.

As usual the US authorities say they cannot confirm the incident. At least this time the victims were not forced to commit acts of sodomy and oral sex and were not beaten to death. They were simply incinerated.

Bullseye!!

Welcome to George Bush's Freedom and Democracy, winning hearts and minds.

And this time do not bother sending death threats on my personal e-mail account. I just delete them.

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