Federal Court Tosses Murder Conviction Of Ex-Blackwater Guard In 2007 Iraq Massacre

Federal Court Tosses Murder Conviction Of Ex-Blackwater Guard In 2007 Iraq Massacre:

In a highly unusual decision sure to open old wounds among Iraqis and further prolong an already protracted legal saga, a US appeals court has thrown out the murder conviction of an ex-Blackwater security guard and ordered three co-defendants to be resentenced for their roles in the deadliest incident involving the controversial private security firm to date. The men were responsible for the September 16, 2007 Nisour Square shooting in Baghdad, which killed 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians and wounded 17 others, and threatened to inflame tensions at the height of what was an already bloody and volatile coalition occupation.

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1 thought on “Federal Court Tosses Murder Conviction Of Ex-Blackwater Guard In 2007 Iraq Massacre

  1. a) They had no right to be there.

    b) The US Federal Court has no Jurisdiction over innocent civilian murders by invading US armies.

    c) The whole thing stinks of bankster murders.

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