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    The Guardian: belated apology to the victims of the invasion of Iraq is not enough .. a model child-

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    Post by Rocky Sat 17 Sep 2016, 9:09 am

    The Guardian: belated apology to the victims of the invasion of Iraq is not enough .. a model child-Basri

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    Twilight News / British newspaper The Guardian published a report monitors the British investigation sessions on the victims of the US - British invasion of Iraq, pointing out the ambiguity settled killing Iraqi teenager, "Ahmed Jabbar Kareem" after being forced to fight a water channel at the hands of British soldiers in Basra in 2003.
    The teenager, "Titanic" has occurred in the grip of a group of British forces in 2003, which controlled southeastern Iraq - after being accused of theft, to be forced to go to a canal, and then die by drowning after ignoring soldiers Astagathath.
    The British judge Sir "George Newman", presiding over the hearings about the victims of the invasion Alomraki- British Iraqi civilians, condemned the mishandling of the British soldiers with the boy the teenager, stressing that it was the soldiers rescued when it became evident that he was sinking, and before that was not they have the right to force him to go down to the water channel.
    The committee "Chilcot" has unveiled the policies and decisions followed by British soldiers in the south-east region of Iraq, to ​​contain the spread of crimes and thefts and lawlessness after the invasion of Iraq, stressing that the soldiers did not receive training to deal with these combined crises.
    The hearings revealed, quoting witnesses, that the British soldiers had received instructions not to arrest or imprison those who commit crimes of theft and intrusions, and the use of alternative means of payment was among those convicted in the water.
    Edit British newspaper The Guardian Commission believes that the killing of Iraqi civilians was neglect tax and rush to go to war turned out to be the falsehood of their motives, saying that the reasons for the death of a teenager such as "Titanic" did not appear until after years of legal family's efforts to get to know the scenes of the death of their son, stressing that an apology late to the thousands of victims of the Iraq war will not be enough to erase the grief of their families.

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