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Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Former Marine Accuses US of War Crimes

Today at a Canadian asylum trial for member of the Army's 82nd Airborne Division, Jeremy Hinzman, Former Marine staff sergeant Jimmy Massey testified that Marines in Iraq are committing war crimes and killing civilians.

"Massey first came to us because he felt bad that civilians got killed," Sean Penn told us. "So I asked him to join my new organization: P.U.S.S.Y. - People's Umbrage at Servicemen Slaying Youth. There are too many stories of civilians dying because of murder and war crimes.

"Massey told me several stories. For instance, If a car was charging at a checkpoint and refused to stop, they would open fire. Then when they looked in the vehicle, sometimes the people inside would be unarmed and there would be no explosives. Obviously they should have just let them charge through, why did they assume they were hostile just because they refused to stop when told to, at what was obviously a military checkpoint?

"These are clearly war crimes they should be punished for. I've managed to convince Massey of this, and I know I will soon be able to convince the other Marines that they are bad and need to be punished.

"We have to stop the killing and love each other, that's the only way to stop the terrorists in the long term.

"It doesn't matter how many Marines have to die. If only one civilian dies, then we have lost."