So much for teaching them democracy

#3
There should have been a brigade cordon-and-search at 04:00 the morning after the murders..... the locals would have handed over the miscreants heads - literally...
 
#4
Foreign Office documents now show that a plan for unilateral action to arrest the suspects was turned down for fear of stoking up controversy.

Mr Aston, who lost his 30-year-old son Russell, a corporal, said he had been told the delay was caused by lack of cooperation from British commanders in Iraq.

"The Army have always said it was the MoD dragging their feet and the MoD say it's the commanders on the ground," he said.
Who are the bloody politicians trying to fool here? THEY make the polictical decisions and not the commanders on the ground.

Lack of co-operation? Because the commander on the ground is always refusing the MODs instuctions.

Not only is the MOD spineless its fecking stupid if it expects people to believe this sh1te.

All Mr Ashton wants is what any British citizen wants - justice for a wrongdoing.
 

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