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Old 10-30-2007
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Angry Blackwater's assassins get along with it.

Private US security contractors accused of shooting dead 17 innocent Iraqis have been offered partial immunity by the US Department of State. Blackwater guards are currently immune from prosecution in Iraq.

So, looks like the USA are fond in getting their citizens out of trouble when they commit murder abroad, rather than letting them down to be judged. No, letting Italians judge an American soldier for the murder of an Italian citizen and the attempted murder of two more would simply be... to fair, too just. That would be justice. And, America knows best, Foreign Justice = Communism, so...

So it would be way too Socialistic to let Iraq judge the Blackwater guards for the murder of several Iraqi civilians, right?

But hey, that's Iraq after all. Yes, that very same Country whose invasion and "reconstruction" has been successfully planned by YOUR Country basing on a 1994 "Lonely Planet" tourist guide. With great results...
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Default Re: Blackwater's assassins get along with it.

What can I say? Iraq is a place where assassins come in very very handy.

Blackwater appears to have rather well trained, highly skilled assassins.

And we can't exactly make use of the services that they have been paid a not-inconsiderable sum for if they're in Iraqi prison, now can we?
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Private US security contractors accused of shooting dead 17 innocent Iraqis have been offered partial immunity by the US Department of State. Blackwater guards are currently immune from prosecution in Iraq.

So, looks like the USA are fond in getting their citizens out of trouble when they commit murder abroad, rather than letting them down to be judged. No, letting Italians judge an American soldier for the murder of an Italian citizen and the attempted murder of two more would simply be... to fair, too just. That would be justice. And, America knows best, Foreign Justice = Communism, so...

So it would be way too Socialistic to let Iraq judge the Blackwater guards for the murder of several Iraqi civilians, right?

But hey, that's Iraq after all. Yes, that very same Country whose invasion and "reconstruction" has been successfully planned by YOUR Country basing on a 1994 "Lonely Planet" tourist guide. With great results...




Shut the fuck up.....I'm sure that no one in that crowd of "innocent civilians" fired on them. You're such a blind man it's fucking astounding.
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I'm sure that no one in that crowd of "innocent civilians" fired on them.

Believe me, my friend, I am sure about that too.
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I have some good sources that, Blackwater is deep into some serious scumbag shit.And when they get caught they do shit like this

http://www.militarytimes.com/static/...ort_070402.pdf
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Believe me, my friend, I am sure about that too.

Really?

How are you so sure- you know something nobody else does?

You need to shut the fuck up- after all, you're the impotent little cunt who threatened me over the internet, then had the balls to say I forced you to.

PT, you just lie and slander, lie and slander, lie and slander, lie and slander, lie and slander, then dodge and weave when someone calls you on it. You don't have a coherent thought in your empty head, or an honest bone in your whole body, and you have never once made anything even remotely like a factual argument. Whenever I want to show people the laughable state of European thought, I show them something you've dribbled out.

Just amazing that you have such a hardon for 'justice', but you regularly impugn people as murderers who haven't had the benefit of a trial. How do you reconcile that? I know, you don't- you know how dishonest you are, but it doesn't bother you as you see yourself doing it in the service of some larger truth like communism.

Because you just know they're guilty- after all, they're American.

Congratulations- you just moved into first place in the standings for the dumbest, most dishonest piece of eurotrash I've ever encountered.

You sniveling cocksucker. Go eat shit and die.
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Default Re: Blackwater's assassins get along with it.

"How are you so sure- you know something nobody else does?"

Of course he does. He's a self admitted Communist/Pacifist. He's automatically better educated, and morally superior to us lazy, half wit Americans who fight for what we believe in.
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The sources tell NBC News that Blackwater purchased the silencers legally from SWR Manufacturing, formerly of Georgia and now located in Pickens, S.C. SWR manufactures the devices for pistols, rifles and machine guns. The purchases took place over several years, the sources say.

Ex-official confirms Blackwater a customer
A former official at SWR Manufacturing of South Carolina, also speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that Blackwater had been a customer. The former SWR official would not say how many suppressors Blackwater purchased, but another source said law-enforcement officials have been told that the number was more than 100.

The former SWR official said he faxed copies of all paperwork relating to Blackwater’s business with SWR to the ATF more than a year ago after federal investigators contacted him. The former official said investigators told him that Blackwater sent the silencers overseas with its employees without getting the necessary export approval.

Maarten Sengers, an expert on arms export compliance in Washington, who is not involved in the investigation, said the criminal penalties for exporting silencers without proper paperwork can be stiff — up to 10 years in prison and fines up to $1 million per count.

While silencers are rare in America because their possession is highly restricted, they are common props in movies and television programs, used by actors playing hit men or members of the special forces. The military uses them for covert action and nighttime tactical assaults where stealth and surprise are required, but experts say it is not clear why Blackwater guards would need them for missions such as personal protection of diplomats.

Details of case slow to emerge
It has been reported that two former Blackwater employees who pleaded guilty to firearms violations earlier this year are cooperating with federal investigators in a firearms investigation, but the specifics of the case, including the details about the silencers, have not previously been disclosed.

Getting permission from the State Department to export such items is extremely difficult. Several sources involved in the investigation said that in the rush to prepare for war and execute federal contracts, private security companies sometimes have overlooked the requirements for their licenses.
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Default Re: Blackwater's assassins get along with it.

Am I missing something here, DS?

Admittedly, I'm not big on 'nuance', but what this seems like is a violation of federal law by some BW employees- who have plead out and are cooperating.

Now, I can imagine a ton of reasons why BW may want to use suppressors in Iraq, and I don't see anything about that necessarily violating either BW's agreement with the DoD, or the American agreements with Iraq's government. Barring that, it seems like a simple case of some guys breaking laws- so as long as any violators are appropriately punished, what's the problem?

If this signifies the existence of some larger, nefarious plot on BW's behalf, I'm afraid I'm missing the connection...
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Angry Dolphin, you're just giving me confirmation of my belief.

The Blackwater mob is there to do the "Dirty Jobs" for the US Government; the same kind of job that they won't ask the soldiers to do so that they don't risk attacks in reprisal.

Thy have exported their weaponries from the U.S. with "silent assence" from the U.S. Department of State, but with no official paperwork. Their weaponry has arrived in Iraq and has passed the controls unobserved. This is an advantage for whoever pays them millions of dollars to have their services: DENIABILITY. Should the U.S. DoS openly release them the paperworks to import those guns to Iraq, any idiot leading an Investigation Commission could link them to the US Government.

I just wonder, if the U.S. can throw so much people, armaments, and money in Iraq, what do they need the Blackwater people for?

Again: dirty jobs, and deniability.
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