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March 15, 2012

A parliamentary probe team on Thursday said up to 20 American troops were involved in Sunday’s killing of 16 civilians in southern Kandahar province.

The probing delegation includes lawmakers Hamidzai Lali, Abdul Rahim Ayubi, Shakiba Hashimi, Syed Mohammad Akhund and Bismillah Afghanmal, all representing Kandahar province at the Wolesi Jirga and Abdul Latif Padram, a lawmaker from northern Badakhshan province, Mirbat Mangal, Khost province, Muhammad Sarwar Usmani, Farah province.

The team spent two days in the province, interviewing the bereaved families, tribal elders, survivors and collecting evidences at the site in Panjwai district.

Hamizai Lali told Pajhwok Afghan News their investigation showed there were 15 to 20 American soldiers, who executed the brutal killings.

"We closely examined the site of the incident, talked to the families who lost their beloved ones, the injured people and tribal elders," he said.
Reports continue to pour out of Afghanistan, that it was more than one soldier, and yet there will be one man charged for a crime, that one man couldn't have done alone.

This isn't a random act of violence upon the people of Afghanistan by the military. This seems to be ongoing terror, as villages are subjected to incidences like this one regularly.

This time, the news just happened to make it to American people, so this one incident out of many will be addressed with many lies, cover-up, and eventually another crises to be created so that this story can be buried.

Truth is power.

Mar 17, 2012

The truth seems to be unstoppable these days.....

The US has identified the soldier accused of killing 16 civilians in Kandahar as Sergeant Robert Bales. However an Afghan parliamentary investigation team says not one but up to 20 US troops could have taken part in the massacre. The incident has already sparked calls for an early withdrawal of NATO troops from the country. For more RT talks to anti-NATO activist in Chicago Rick Rozoff.

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