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'We Never Want to Be Associated with That'
Cat : Nazism
Date : 2006-09-08 12:56:20                      Reader : 265
committee that he has photos that are more terrifying abut Abu – Ghraib abuse and torture for both women and men . He even visited the prison and blessed all Nazi deeds, more worse he gave orders to continue such Nazi crimes. Bush admires Rumsfeld to show his solidarity and blessing of torture and abuse of detainees. In fact new cons with Angelcian Zionist Bush should be trialed by ICC and Lahaye International court as war criminals .


ABC NEWS 8/9/2006

'We Never Want to Be Associated with That'



June 4, 2006 — The military continues to investigate allegations of wrongdoing by Marines in the Iraqi town of Haditha, said Army Maj. Gen. William Caldwell — as he stressed that the majority of Marines and soldiers in Iraq are acting ethically.

"They're obviously extremely disappointed these allegations have surfaced, and if they are true they'll be even more disappointed," Caldwell said. "It's like our chairman said the other day, Gen. Pace: Ninety-nine percent, or 99.99 percent, of our men and women are doing an absolutely incredible job over here. [They are] dedicated, committed, adhere to core values and believe in doing the best they can."

In an exclusive appearance on "Good Morning America Weekend Edition," Caldwell offered little news on investigations into alleged atrocities committed by Marines against Iraqi civilians, including women and children.

"I think, as you know, any time we have an ongoing investigation, we don't talk about that at the time," he told ABC News's Bill Weir. "But obviously, as you know, we do have the one going on in Haditha, with two separate investigations going on, and one in Ishaqi."

The military found that there was no wrongdoing in Ishaqi, where 13 civilians were killed by Marines in March. A spokesman for Iraq's prime minister said Iraq will launch its own investigation.

The investigation of atrocities in Haditha, where 24 civilians were killed by Marines in November, is ongoing. There is also a parallel investigation into whether the military covered up the killings.

As a response to the allegations, Caldwell, the deputy chief of staff for strategic effects for the multi-national forces in Iraq, is overseeing ethics training for all 150,000 military personnel on the ground.

"Everybody went through all of that training before they ever deployed over here to Iraq," Caldwell said. "All 150,000 airmen, marines, Army, sailors and this is a refresher training. We're going back and re-emphasizing the core values that they were all taught before they came."

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