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[casi] Treatment of Iraqis
Has anyone seen this item or had any comments about it? More to do with ongoing treatment of Iraqi 
post conflict
and not a very good show of things.
Item is from Yahoo News and although an apology seems to have been given, the briefing to soldiers 
seems to be very
lax that they can commit such an act of stupendous thoughtlessness.

Text accompanying item:
U.S. Army Spc. Dandrea Harris uncuffs women and children after soldiers handcuffed them with 
plastic ties during a
night raid in Habaniyah, Iraq Saturday, June 21, 2003. They had been searching for an Iraqi man in 
an adjacent
house who had recently tried to kill Iraqi informants working with the Army. Army officers later 
apologised to the
family for mistakenly handcuffing them.(AP Photo/John Moore)

Kamal Prashar

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