- Today on The Alex Jones Show: Jamie Doran Atlantic Celtic Films Producer of MASSACRE AT MAZAR, which explores the alleged murder of Taliban prisoners from theMessage 1 of 1 , Jul 16, 2002View Source
Today on The Alex Jones Show:
Atlantic Celtic Films Producer of MASSACRE AT MAZAR, which explores the alleged murder of Taliban prisoners from the battle of Mazar-i-Sharif by Northern Alliance soldiers under the watch and hands of US Special Forces.
Mass graves were found and filmed by Doran and he was able to find and get on film comments from eye-witnesses to the events.
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US had role in Taleban prisoner deaths
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US rights group urges forensic probe into alleged Taliban massacre
A medical human rights group called for a full forensic investigation into the reported killings -- allegedly amid US complicity -- of Taliban prisoners in Aghanistan
of the Baltimore Sun, on His Article:
"The folks charged with protecting us may now kill us if we don't raise our hands"
"Everybody get that? You know-it-alls who thought cops could only shoot folks who were armed and presented imminent danger to police or others should learn a lesson from this. You've been wrong. You've been wrong for years. You don't need to have a weapon. You don't need to present a danger. If you simply refuse to raise your hands, prepare to get a cap popped in you."