Tuesday, September 20, 2005

British Army Tanks Attacked Iraqi Prison

2 Brit SAS was spying around in the city of Basra in southern Iraq when they were arrested and jailed. Soon after, the British Army Coldstream Guards took 8 tanks plus a number of troops and surrounded the jail.

Presumably the efforts to free the two ‘spies’ were not successful because the Brits then used two of their tanks to knock down the prison walls and free their jailed compatriots. Along with the two ‘spies’, 150 Iraqi criminals ran off.

A riot erupted in defiance of the British outrageous gansterism, and a number of Iraqis then threw stones and Molotov cocktails, and succeeded in torching two of the tanks, including a couple of escaping tankmen. The burnt Brits are safe in hospital.

Looks like the Brits are copying a leaf of their transatlantic cousin’s book and putting their soldiers above the laws of Iraq. Not only that, they have succeeded in letting loose 150 common criminals into Iraqi society.

Well done, Tony Blair, hope you relish the cowboy actions of your uniformed gangsters.

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