i def have to get this in blue ray!!!
yep> count on pakistan becoming an “enemy”……
North Korea is holding around 200,000 people in huge political prison camps where inmates are forced to work in conditions approaching slavery and are often tortured, Amnesty International said on Tuesday.
A comparison with satellite pictures from 2001 indicated a significant increase in the scale of the camps, which are believed to have been operating since the 1950s (but yet we not attacking N.Korea right?)
"As North Korea seems to be moving toward a new leader in Kim Jong-un and a period of political instability, the big worry is that the prison camps appear to be growing in size.
The fact that the United States has announced it is in an armed conflict with al Qaeda makes the operation legal under international law.”
"It’s lawful for the United States to be going after bin Laden if for no other reason than he launched an attack against the U.S." Anderson said.
And while Pakistan may be able to complain before the United Nations about an act committed on its soil, it is unlikely to do so, U.S. experts agreed. (obviously pakistan wont be complaining. they just recieved like 9.7 billion in aid)
The United States is not a signatory to the ICC and the court only has a mandate to investigate crimes that took place after its establishment in 2002, meaning the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001 is out of its jurisdiction.
there were concerns in parts of Europe that the United States was wrong to act as policeman, judge and executioner.
U.S. officials say the still-secret photographic evidence shows a precision kill shot above his left eye.
sacrifice for the illuminati? i think so.
The BBC reported that the Pakistani intelligence agency, ISI, released raid details that differed from White House version.
- There were 17-18 people in the compound at the time of the attack.
- Americans took away one person still alive, possibly a Bin Laden son.
- Those who survived the attack included a wife, a daughter and eight to nine other children, not apparently Bin Laden’s; all had their hands tied by the Americans.
- A surviving Yemeni wife said they had moved to the compound a few months ago.
can any of you recall who Geronimo is? o.O
Carney said bin Laden’s wife “rushed the U.S. assaulter” and was shot in the leg but not killed, contrary to what a White House official said on Monday, when reports said bin Laden used her as a shield.