Wikileaks: Pembunuhan Tanpa Alasan

This video has a text:

On the morning of july 12th 2007, two apache helicopter using 30mm cannon fire killed about dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad two children were also wounded although some of the men appear to have been armed, the behaviour of nearly everyone was relaxed the US military initially claimed that all the dead were anti-iraqi forces or insurgents

(pada pagi hari 12 Juli 2007, dua helikopter apache menggunakan tembakan meriam 30mm menewaskan sekitar selusin orang di pinggiran Irak Baghdad Baru. Dua anak juga terluka meskipun beberapa dari mereka tampaknya telah bersenjata, perilaku hampir semua orang santai [tidak mencurigakan]. Militer AS pada awalnya mengklaim bahwa semua yang tewas adalah pasukan anti-Irak atau pemberontak)

Political language is designed to make lies truthful and murder respectable and to give the appearance of solidity to pure wind

–George Orwell

And this is an opinion behind the video scenes which release:

Reuters has been trying to obtain the video through the Freedom of Information Act, without success since the time of the attack. The video, shot from an Apache helicopter gun-sight, clearly shows the unprovoked slaying of a wounded Reuters employee and his rescuers. Two young children involved in the rescue were also seriously wounded.

(Reuters telah mencoba untuk mendapatkan video ini melalui Freedom of Information Act, namun tanpa hasil sejak serangan ini terjadi. Video ini –tembakan langsung dari Helikopter Apache– menunjukkan dengan jelas pembunuhan tak beralasan terhadap salah seorang karyawan dan penyelamatnya. Dua anak kecil yang dicoba untuk diselamatkan, juga mengalami luka serius).

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