The US Occupation forces in Iraq throw Iraqi detainees in the streets after lacerating theirs faces and killing them
Special reports from Baghdad | Al Moharer | September 4, 2006
Reliable sources close to the US Occupiers' authorities ascertained today that hundreds of Iraqi prisoners considered as missing and detained by the US Occupiers' forces in secret detention camps and in particular those detained on US war ships or in European secret prisons since the beginning of the Occupation and the year after, are being killed and suppressed through deforming their faces and throwing them into streets to make believe that they were victims of sectarian violence in Iraq.
The same sources confirmed that the US administration has systematically used this method to escape any legal persecution in case the US Congress has a majority of Democrats determined to use Bush secret detention camps throughout the world to defeat the Republicans in the incoming senatorial and presidential elections.
It is noteworthy to remind that the US administration has been a subject of tough critics from Human Rights Organizations and European countries and Parliaments due to the CIA unlawful use of the European airspace for abducting and kidnapping innocents European citizens into illegal concentration camps compared by Amnesty International to the defunct Soviet Gulags.
The same sources expect that the US Occupation forces will continue murdering Iraqi detainees they hold in their secret prisons until the incoming senatorial election next November. Advertising and publicizing the so called sectarian strife and especially the attack against the Imam Ali al Hadi shrine in Samarra which every body suspects that it holds the Occupiers' and their stooges' signature ..is nothing but another US war ops in order to supress the Iraqi detainees so they will not divulge their illegal detention locations in case they are declared innocent or freed.
Iraqi Patriotic Human rights Organizations have denounced these US practices, tortures and detainees mistreatments and calls upon the conscience of the world to act urgently to expose these US crimes and undertake whatever possible to stop the US Occupying forces from murdering at least 6000 (six thousands) detainees mostly Iraqis between now and next November.