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December 20, 2010

'I didn't think of Iraqis as humans,' says U.S. soldier who raped 14-year-old girl before killing her and her family

Most Americans don't see "Arabs" as Humans. If you read any message board, the message is clear. "Nuke em all". Americans have be "desensitized" when it comes to the treatment of Arabs or the people of Islamic Faith. And this is by designed. Hint: Palestine. Wiped of the map. 

So much for being "Better off" after the US led invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan.  The soldier below wiped out an entire Iraqi family and raped a 14yo girl.  He deserves the death sentence.  And this is just 1 incident that made it to the media.  Imagine what really happens in Iraq. Didn't we invade Iraq because of the "so-called" rape chambers the American Media invented? 

An Iraq War veteran serving five life terms for raping and killing a 14-year-old Iraqi girl and killing her parents and sister says he didn't think of Iraqi civilians as humans after being exposed to extreme warzone violence.
Steven Green, a former 101st Airborne soldier, in his first interview since the 2006 killings, claimed that his crimes were fuelled in part by experiences in Iraq's violent 'Triangle of Death' where two of his sergeants were gunned down.
He also cited a lack of leadership and help from the Army.

Prosecutors sought a death sentence, but a federal jury in Paducah, Kentucky, opted for five life sentences on charges including the rape and murder of 14-year-old Abeer Qassim Al-Janabi and the shooting deaths of her mother, father and younger sister.

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