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Iraq reporter unlawfully killed February 16, 2007

Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
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So here we have Americans killing the British. What was the reason why he was killed? The inquest today found that Terry Lloyd was unlawfully killed by American soldiers, that’s right unlawfully killed. So what I would like to ask the western public who think Iraq war will bring them freedom in England and the west is that if this could happen to a British person then do you really think that the American soldiers would show sympathy and restraint to Iraqi citizens especially when they are tested in their own illegal war in Iraq.

An ITN journalist was unlawfully killed by American soldiers in southern Iraq, an inquest has found.

The troops shot 50-year-old Terry Lloyd in the head while he was in a makeshift ambulance, having already been hurt in crossfire, the coroner said.

Mr Lloyd’s interpreter was also killed and his cameraman is missing believed dead following the incident, which took place near Basra in March 2003.

The coroner is to ask the attorney general to consider pressing charges.

Oxfordshire Assistant Deputy Coroner Andrew Walker said he would also be writing to the director of public prosecutions asking for him to investigate the possibility of bringing charges.

‘War crime’

Mr Lloyd’s Lebanese interpreter, Hussein Osman, was also killed and French cameraman Fred Nerac is still officially classed as missing, presumed dead. Belgian cameraman Daniel Demoustier was the ITN crew’s only survivor.

The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) said Mr Lloyd’s killing was a “war crime” and this was echoed by Mr Lloyd’s widow, Lyn. read more

that’s right unlawfully killed – God bless America and the British people in Iraq (they need it)

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