Thursday, March 22, 2012
Afghan Villagers Were Threatened by US Troops Ahead of Massacre -- News from Antiwar.com
Afghan Villagers Were Threatened by US Troops Ahead of Massacre -- News from Antiwar.com: The incongruous stories surrounding the March 11 massacre on Afghan civilians in two villages took another turn today, with reports from witnesses in Mokhoyan, one of the two villages targeted, that they were threatened by US troops just days before the massacre.
The witnesses say that troops rounded up all the men from the villages after a roadside bombing, lined them up against a wall, and told them they would “pay a price” for the attack.
Posted by world_watcher at 5:19 PM