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Saturday, January 5, 2008

Soldiers allegedly killed by an Iraqi Army Soldier

~Snooper~

In the light of recent and past Phony and Trumped Up media stories in regards to Iraq actions, I present this report...first from Official Sources. MNF-Iraq

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RELEASE No. 20080105-04
January 5, 2008

Soldiers allegedly killed by an Iraqi Army Soldier
Multinational Division-North PAO

TIKRIT, Iraq - Two US Soldiers killed during a combined Iraqi Army and CF operation in Ninewah province on Dec. 26, were allegedly shot by an Iraqi Soldier.

For reasons that are as yet unknown, at least one Iraqi Army Soldier allegedly opened fire killing Capt. Rowdy Inman and Sgt. Benjamin Portell, both of whom were assigned to the 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment. The incident occurred as US and Iraqi Army Soldiers were conducting operations to establish a combat outpost. Three other US Soldiers and one civilian interpreter were wounded in the attack.

The Iraqi Soldier who allegedly opened fire fled the scene but was identified by other Iraqi Army personnel and was then apprehended. Two Iraqi Army Soldiers are now being held in connection with the incident.

Coalition and Iraqi investigations into the incident are underway.


NY Times has the data confirmed by "official sources"

Al-Reuters has the same.

Yahoo! News ditto.

Another Al-Reuters story confirms the confirmation

ABC chimes in

BBC chiming now

MSLSD trippin'

CBS gets around to it.

CNN lags in