Title: FORMER MARINE RECENTLY RETURNED FROM IRAQ CONFIRMS FROM FIRST-HAND WITNESS WHAT CUTTING EDGE HAS BEEN TEACHING ABOUT THIS IRAQ WAR!
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Sometimes, the personal testimony of one man can make a huge difference! When that man is a professional 12-year career Marine -- a former boot camp instructor -- whose heart and conscience was so stricken by what he experienced in Iraq, his testimony gains exceptional strength. This Marine was part of the original Iraq invasion force, whose men and tanks attacked on March 20, 2003. This Marine has the qualifications to speak to the subject at hand.
In the article you are about to read, Staff Sgt. Jimmy Massey validates much of what Cutting Edge has been saying about this war for a good many years. In the battle to achieve truth during a war in which truth is the first casualty, this testimony positively seems Heaven-sent!
Let us now listen to the testimony of Marine Staff Sgt. Jimmy Massey, as reported in the Sacramento (California) Bee news serving the San Francisco - Oakland area. We shall allow his testimony to set the framework for this article; we shall report each quote and then comment.
"I COMMITTED ATROCITIES FOR OUR GOVERNMENT"
CONSCIENCE - STRICKEN MARINE
NEWS BRIEF: "Atrocities in Iraq: 'I killed innocent people for our government' ", By Paul Rockwell -- Special to The Bee, Sunday, May 16, 2004, http://www.sacbee.com/content/opinion/story/9316830p-10241546c.html
"For nearly 12 years, Staff Sgt. Jimmy Massey was a hard-core, some say gung-ho, Marine. For three years he trained fellow Marines in one of the most grueling indoctrination rituals in military life - Marine boot camp. The Iraq war changed Massey. The brutality, the sheer carnage of the U.S. invasion, touched his conscience and transformed him forever. He was honorably discharged with full severance last Dec. 31 and is now back in his hometown, Waynsville, N.C. ....
Q: What does the public need to know about your experiences as a Marine?
A: The cause of the Iraqi revolt against the American occupation. What they need to know is we killed a lot of innocent people. I think at first the Iraqis had the understanding that casualties are a part of war. But over the course of time, the occupation hurt the Iraqis. And I didn't see any humanitarian support.
Q: What experiences turned you against the war and made you leave the Marines?
A: I was in charge of a platoon that consists of machine gunners and missile men. Our job was to go into certain areas of the towns and secure the roadways. There was this one particular incident - and there's many more - the one that really pushed me over the edge. It involved a car with Iraqi civilians. From all the intelligence reports we were getting, the cars were loaded down with suicide bombs or material. That's the rhetoric we received from intelligence. They came upon our checkpoint. We fired some warning shots. They didn't slow down. So we lit them up.
Q: Lit up? You mean you fired machine guns?
A: Right. Every car that we lit up we were expecting ammunition to go off. But we never heard any. Well, this particular vehicle we didn't destroy completely, and one gentleman looked up at me and said: 'Why did you kill my brother? We didn't do anything wrong'. That hit me like a ton of bricks.
Q: He spoke English?
A: Oh, yeah.
Q: Baghdad was being bombed. The civilians were trying to get out, right?
A: Yes. They received pamphlets, propaganda we dropped on them. It said, 'Just throw up your hands, lay down weapons'. That's what they were doing, but we were still lighting them up. They weren't in uniform. We never found any weapons.
Q: You got to see the bodies and casualties?
A: Yeah, firsthand. I helped throw them in a ditch.
Q: Over what period did all this take place?
A: During the invasion of Baghdad.
Let us stop here a moment to digest what we have just learned. Our wanton killing of civilians began the moment we invaded Iraq. During our attack on Baghdad, we were killing civilians even though they were not armed, not wanting to fight, and had their hands lifted in the air in surrender. This Marine not only saw this type of killing occur, but he participated in it, and he helped dispose of the bodies by throwing them in a ditch.
But, those who were reading Cutting Edge Daily News Updates during this period should not be surprised, for we cataloged this type of civilian killing during the time of the invasion.
NEWS BRIEF: "Civilians Shot in Tense Streets", By Greg Grant, Special to The Tribune, Salt Lake City Tribune, April 13, 2003
"WITH THE 3RD INFANTRY DIVISION, BAGHDAD ... anyone who approached the U.S. perimeter was considered hostile. Two vehicles were subsequently shot up and its occupants killed or wounded. Neither of them had any weapons. Disgusted with what he was witnessing, Army medic Capt. Saez Cruz angrily yelled at the soldiers, 'We are here to liberate these people, not kill them!' Looking at a bullet-riddled truck hauling cucumbers, he said the occupants were merely 'innocent, hard working people who were scared'. . In a series of orders sent to all units, U.S. commanders changed the rules of engagement (ROE) to allow soldiers greater latitude in responding to real and suspected security threats. That change, and as Iraqi paramilitary and irregular fighters flowed onto the battlefield in civilian vehicles, often meant any Iraqi civilian vehicle became a legitimate target."
Consider this next article:
NEWS BRIEF: "Marines kill children at checkpoint", NZOOM.COM, April 11, 2003
"US Marines said they killed two children at a checkpoint in Iraq on Friday, when the driver of the vehicle in which the youngsters were traveling ignored warnings to stop ... nine other people in the vehicle were wounded in the incident ... no weapons had been found in the vehicle ... US military spokesmen or witnesses have reported several incidents over the past couple of weeks in which civilians have been killed or wounded after being mistaken for suicide bombers."
As Staff Sgt. Massey later revealed in this SacBee interview, soldiers feared suicide attacks using vehicles because they had been falsely told by Military Intelligence that Iraqi civilians were the enemy and that they would be attempting to use vehicles in suicide bombing attacks. However, not once did the Marines find any explosives in a vehicle they shot up.
NEWS BRIEF: "20 Bodies litter streets of Baghdad suburb", Middle East Online, April 10, 2003
"BAGHDAD - Around 20 bodies and burnt-out cars littered the streets of the southwestern Baghdad neighbourhood of Al-Dora on Thursday, a photographer reported. Bodies, including those of children, were still strewn over the road between Al-Dora and the international airport, which is under the control of US forces. The putrid, fly-covered corpses were being buried in a mass grave along the side of the road by volunteers whose noses were covered with scarves against the stench, according to the photographer. Some of the corpses were in or under the charred vehicles. Dead children lay on the side of the road, covered in sheets. One family, two of whose members were completely incinerated, died in the back of a pick-up truck.
" 'If the price of freedom is this, we don't want it', said one Iraqi helping at the scene."
During this time period, we all wanted to believe that the civilian casualties being reported were just the inevitable byproduct of war. Now, Staff Sgt. Massey is telling us that his unit was deliberately killing civilians. How many civilians did Massey see killed? Enough that Marines shoved the bodies into a ditch!
Now, let us return to this featured article. You will find that these Marines even fired into a civilian demonstration!
'We lit him up pretty good'
Q: How many times were you involved in checkpoint "light-ups"?
A: Five times. There was [the city of] Rekha. The gentleman was driving a stolen work utility van. He didn't stop. With us being trigger happy, we didn't really give this guy much of a chance. We lit him up pretty good. Then we inspected the back of the van. We found nothing. No explosives.
Q: The reports said the cars were loaded with explosives. In all the incidents did you find that to be the case?
A: Never. Not once. There were no secondary explosions. As a matter of fact, we lit up a rally after we heard a stray gunshot.
Q: A demonstration? Where?
A: On the outskirts of Baghdad. Near a military compound. There were demonstrators at the end of the street. They were young and they had no weapons. And when we rolled onto the scene, there was already a tank that was parked on the side of the road. If the Iraqis wanted to do something, they could have blown up the tank. But they didn't. They were only holding a demonstration. Down at the end of the road, we saw some RPGs (rocket-propelled grenades) lined up against the wall. That put us at ease because we thought: 'Wow, if they were going to blow us up, they would have done it'."
Q: Who gave the order to wipe the demonstrators out?
A: Higher command. We were told to be on the lookout for the civilians because a lot of the Fedayeen and the Republican Guards had tossed away uniforms and put on civilian clothes and were mounting terrorist attacks on American soldiers. The intelligence reports that were given to us were basically known by every member of the chain of command. The rank structure that was implemented in Iraq by the chain of command was evident to every Marine in Iraq. The order to shoot the demonstrators, I believe, came from senior government officials, including intelligence communities within the military and the U.S. government.
Q: What kind of firepower was employed?
A: M-16s, 50-cal. machine guns.
Q: You fired into six or ten kids? Were they all taken out?
A: Oh, yeah. Well, I had a 'mercy' on one guy. When we rolled up, he was hiding behind a concrete pillar. I saw him and raised my weapon up, and he put up his hands. He ran off. I told everybody, 'Don't shoot'. Half of his foot was trailing behind him. So he was running with half of his foot cut off." [Ibid.]
Now you know why this war has a general in charge of media liaison. If we are killing this many civilians, an expert in public relations damage control would be needed to proficiently keep this kind of information from the public eye. Can you imagine the outcry if the knowledge that we had deliberately killed six to ten young kid demonstrators who had no weapons? Is this the reason President Bush did not go to war until he received a blanket immunity from prosecution from the International Court for himself and his military commanders? [Read "US demands total impunity on war crimes: Ultimatum to Europe in advance of Iraq war", By Bill Vann, 12 October 2002, http://www.wsws.org/articles/2002/oct2002/icc-o12.shtml]
Sgt. Massey then talked about one other incident which occurred just hours after these young unarmed demonstrators were killed.
Q: After you lit up the demonstration, how long before the next incident?
A: Probably about one or two hours ...
Q: And the incident?
A: There was an incident with one of the cars. We shot an individual with his hands up. He got out of the car. He was badly shot. We lit him up. I don't know who started shooting first. One of the Marines came running over to where we were and said: "You all just shot a guy with his hands up." Man, I forgot about this." [Ibid.]
At this point, we need to reiterate that not every American soldier, or commander, was killing unarmed civilians who posed no threat. But, enough were doing so, apparently on orders from higher authority, to stain our entire effort to "liberate" a country from non-existent Weapons of Mass Destruction and to topple a dictator who was doing "bad things" to his people just so we could appropriate his prisons and wreak even more sophisticated torture upon his people. Unfortunately, this is becoming the legacy of Bush's invasion of Iraq.
At this point, the discussion turns to Depleted Uranium. However, before we examine Sgt Massey's story about D.U., let us review the articles we have already written. If you have not read these article, please stop to read them now. The scientific and medical knowledge you will gain will be invaluable.
NEWS1843 - "AMERICAN SOLDIERS ARE ILL AND DYING OF 'MYSTERIOUS ILLNESS' -- IS IT DEPLETED URANIUM POISONING?" -- Posted late July, 2003
NEWS1907 - "PRESIDENT BUSH'S NUCLEAR WARS AGAINST
AFGHANISTAN AND IRAQ NOW CONFIRMED!" - New York Daily News article
is discussed in depth, where the News paid for nine returning veterans to be
tested for D.U. poisoning and four of them (45%) tested positive!
"Depleted uranium and cluster bombs
Q: You mention machine guns. What can you tell me about cluster bombs, or depleted uranium?
A: Depleted uranium. I know what it does. It's basically like leaving plutonium rods around. I'm 32 years old. I have 80 percent of my lung capacity. I ache all the time. I don't feel like a healthy 32-year-old.
Q: Were you in the vicinity of of depleted uranium?
A: Oh, yeah. It's everywhere. DU is everywhere on the battlefield. If you hit a tank, there's dust.
Q: Did you breath any dust?
A: Yeah." [Ibid.]
Let us stop here. This description sounds like this Marine is polluted with Depleted Uranium poisoning! But, we should not be too surprised, for the rate of poisoning after one year in Iraq seems to be running about 45% with some units experiencing rates as high as 70% [Joyce Riley, spokesman, Gulf War Veterans Association in phone calls to me, from personal phone calls to this office, plus the New York Daily News article of April 4, 2004.] Remember, all a person needs to do to get a fatal dose of D.U. is to breathe in one single contaminated dust particle! Just ONE! In a country covered over by frequent and severe dust storms, breathing in one contaminated dust particle seems almost guaranteed.
Thus, this Marine is dying, and he will die by centimeters over the next 10 years! But, Sgt Massey now realizes that Iraqi civilians will also be dying in very large numbers. How did a simple Marine gain such knowledge of Depleted Uranium when he admitted the Marine Corps told him very little about its dangers? He read an article about D.U. in Rolling Stones Magazine!
At this point, Sgt Massey revealed his knowledge that D.U. kills both the soldiers wielding the weapons and the civilians of the country.
Q: And if DU is affecting you or our troops, it's impacting Iraqi civilians.
A: Oh, yeah. They got a big wasteland problem.
Q: Do Marines have any precautions about dealing with DU?
A: Not that I know of .... American tanks have depleted uranium on the sides, and the projectiles have DU in them. If an enemy vehicle gets hit, the area gets contaminated. Dead rounds are in the ground. The civilian populace is just now starting to learn about it. Hell, I didn't even know about DU until two years ago. You know how I found out about it? I read an article in Rolling Stone Magazine. I just started inquiring about it, and I said "Holy s---!" [Ibid.]
Notice one sentence in this paragraph: "The civilian populace is just now starting to learn about it."
In NEWS1914, entitled, " 'Blood In The Streets' Strategy: Destroying and Damaging Holy Places, Mosques - And Murdering Large Numbers of Civilians", we revealed the truth that the #2 thing that enrages Iraqis is the mass killing of civilians. The only incident that makes them more angry is the deliberate destruction and/or desecration of their holy places -- mosques, shrines, ancient cemeteries.
Since this is true, how much anger do you suppose the Iraqi people are going to feel when a great number of them realize that the American and British war machine which conquered Iraq has given them all a death sentence? However, this "death sentence" is going to be very slow, very agonizing, and very sorrowful. As this understanding seeps through the majority of the people in Iraq, they just might try to rise up as one to try to drive our armies out.
Now let us consider the health plight of the occupying armies. Gulf War Veterans
Association is beginning to struggle with growing numbers of veterans coming
home sick. As we reported, above, the rate of infection for a unit who has served
in the D.U. poisoned country of Iraq for one full year seems to average 45%.
A year from now, that number will likely be 60% and five years from now that
rate is likely to be 80%. Surely, the doctor in a foreign army was right when
he told me in May, 2003, that we were killing our own army and that Iraq would
be unlivable in a generation. (Reported in NEWS1843)
This type of death is a silent, invisible killer. When the entire Mass Media is under the control of a government most anxious to keep the truth hidden for as long as possible, the knowledge is slow to get out and even slower to be believed -- especially since most citizens prefer to live under the sweet illusion that our government has our best interests at heart and could never deliberately kill our own soldiers, or citizens!
Now, Sgt Massey speaks to the issue of cluster bombs, an ordinance that many are seeking to have forbidden by international law because its only use is killing civilian populations.
Q: Cluster bombs are also controversial. U.N. commissions have called for a ban. Were you acquainted with cluster bombs?
A: I had one of my Marines in my battalion who lost his leg from an ICBM.
Q: What's an ICBM?
A: A multi-purpose cluster bomb.
Q: What happened?
A: He stepped on it. We didn't get to training about clusters until about a month before I left.
Q: What kind of training?
A: They told us what they looked like, and not to step on them.
Q: Were you in any areas where they were dropped?
A: Oh, yeah. They were everywhere.
Q: Dropped from the air?
A: From the air as well as artillery.
Q: Are they dropped far away from cities, or inside the cities?
A: They are used everywhere. Now if you talked to a Marine artillery officer, he would give you the runaround, the politically correct answer. But for an average grunt, they're everywhere.
Q: Including inside the towns and cities?
A: Yes, if you were going into a city, you knew there were going to be ICBMs.
Q: Cluster bombs are anti-personnel weapons. They are not precise. They don't injure buildings, or hurt tanks. Only people and living things. There are a lot of undetonated duds and they go off after the battles are over.
A: Once the round leaves the tube, the cluster bomb has a mind of its own. There's always human error. I'm going to tell you: The armed forces are in a tight spot over there. It's starting to leak out about the civilian casualties that are taking place. The Iraqis know. I keep hearing reports from my Marine buddies inside that there were 200-something civilians killed in Fallujah. The military is scrambling right now to keep the wraps on that. My understanding is Fallujah is just littered with civilian bodies." [Ibid.]
Indeed, Fallujah seems to be "just littered with civilian bodies." At least, that is the information coming out of Arab news outlets. Our killing of civilians got so bad that even the British complained publicly just a few weeks ago. Listen:
NEWS BRIEF: "NEWS BRIEF: "US Tactics In Iraq Condemned By Top British Officers", By Sean Rayment, Defence Correspondent, The Telegraph - UK, 4-12-4
"Senior British commanders have condemned American military tactics in Iraq as heavy-handed and disproportionate ... The officer, who agreed to the interview on the condition of anonymity, said that part of the problem was that American troops viewed Iraqis as untermenschen - the Nazi expression for 'sub-humans' ... Speaking from his base in southern Iraq, the officer said: 'My view and the view of the British chain of command is that the Americans' use of violence is not proportionate and is over-responsive to the threat they are facing. They don't see the Iraqi people the way we see them. They view them as untermenschen. They are not concerned about the Iraqi loss of life in the way the British are. Their attitude towards the Iraqis is tragic, it's awful'. The phrase untermenschen - literally "under-people" - was brought to prominence by Adolf Hitler in his book Mein Kampf, published in 1925. He used the term to describe those he regarded as racially inferior: Jews, Slaves and Gipsies."
A French TV station also reported that American forces were indiscriminately killing civilians.
NEWS BRIEF: "French TV to show images of US helicopter killing civilian Iraqis", Drudge Report, Tue May 04 2004
"French cable television station Canal Plus on Tuesday will broadcast images, stolen in Iraq, of a US army helicopter killing three Iraqis who do not appear to be posing any threat ... The show "Merci pour l'info" (Thanks for the news) obtained the footage, seen by an AFP correspondent, from a 'European working as a subcontractor for the US army' who left Iraq two weeks ago. The man claims to have hidden the tape, dated December 1, 2003 and filmed at an unidentified location in Iraq, at the US base where he lived and worked. Conversations between the helicopter pilot, the sharpshooter and their commanding officer -- who had a video link and is giving orders in real time -- can be heard on the tape.
"The footage shows how the three men were killed one after the other. After the deaths of his two companions, the third attempted to hide under a truck, but was hit by helicopter gunfire. 'Got the guy right here', says the sharpshooter, as the wounded man is seen crawling on the ground. 'Good. Fire. Hit him', replies the officer.
"In March, the rights watchdog group Amnesty International said "scores of civilians have been killed apparently as a result of excessive use of force by US troops, or have been shot dead in disputed circumstances."
The situation is getting clear, is it not? We have plenty of documented proof that at least some American soldiers have been, and are, indiscriminately killing Iraqi civilians. Now you can see why President Bush put pressure on the International Court of Justice in late 2002 to grant him and his officers immunity from prosecution for war crimes.
Toward the end of the interview, Sgt Massey was again asked about what changed his mind about the Iraq invasion and about the Corps itself.
"Q: Your feelings changed during the invasion. What was your state of mind before the invasion?
A: I was like every other troop. My president told me they got weapons of mass destruction, that Saddam threatened the free world, that he had all this might and could reach us anywhere. I just bought into the whole thing.
Q: What changed you?
A: The civilian casualties taking place. That was what made the difference. That was when I changed.
Q: Did the revelations that the government fabricated the evidence for war affect the troops?
A: Yes. I killed innocent people for our government. For what? What did I do? Where is the good coming out of it? I feel like I've had a hand in some sort of evil lie at the hands of our government. I just feel embarrassed, ashamed about it." [Ibid.]
We shall let these statements stand alone, for they are strong enough to not need commentary.
This Marine recounts his struggle with his superiors.
Showdown with superiors
Q: I understand that all the incidents - killing civilians at checkpoints, itchy fingers at the rally - weigh on you. What happened with your commanding officers? How did you deal with them?
A: There was an incident. It was right after the fall of Baghdad, when we went back down south. On the outskirts of Karbala, we had a morning meeting on the battle plan. I was not in a good mindset. All these things were going through my head - about what we were doing over there. About some of the things my troops were asking. I was holding it all inside. My lieutenant and I got into a conversation. The conversation was striking me wrong. And I lashed out. I looked at him and told him: 'You know, I honestly feel that what we're doing is wrong over here. We're committing genocide'. He asked me something and I said that with the killing of civilians and the depleted uranium we're leaving over here, we're not going to have to worry about terrorists. He didn't like that. He got up and stormed off. And I knew right then and there that my career was over. I was talking to my commanding officer."
In our current armed forces, a soldier with a conscience is apparently not to be tolerated. This Marine officer became very upset once Sgt Massey verbalized his inner feelings, applying the words, "We're committing genocide". What happened to Massey then?
Q: What happened then?
A: After I talked to the top commander, I was kind of scurried away. I was basically put on house arrest. I didn't talk to other troops. I didn't want to hurt them. I didn't want to jeopardize them. I want to help people. I felt strongly about it. I had to say something." [Ibid.]
This Marine officer to whom Massey confided responded by isolating him from the rest of the soldiers through "house arrest". Massey was right; his career was over. He was fortunate he was not court martialed; however, such an ordeal could release more information about what is really going on in Iraq than the Corps wanted released. Therefore, after a certain period of time in "house arrest" detention, Massey was sent home. Listen to his account as he finishes this interview.
"When I was sent back to stateside, I went in front of the sergeant major. He's in charge of 3,500-plus Marines. 'I told him, 'I don't want your money. I don't want your benefits. What you did was wrong'. It was just a personal conviction with me. I've had an impeccable career. I chose to get out. And you know who I blame? I blame the President of the U.S. It's not the grunt. I blame the President because he said they had weapons of mass destruction. It was a lie." [Ibid.]
From the beginning of the military buildup to invade Iraq, Cutting Edge has warned that President Bush and his entire administration was lying both about the existence of Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq and about how we just had to "liberate" the people from that evil dictator, Saddam Hussein.
You can read an entire litany of articles and newsletters in which we sounded the warnings. Since the war, we published several informative articles which told of the extent to which we were lied to as the Bush Administration laid the case for war.
NEWS1890 - "BUSH/BLAIR JUSTIFICATION OF IRAQ INVASION: NOW PROVEN TO BE LIES, DISTORTIONS, EXAGGERATIONS!" Part 1 of 2 -- CIA said Saddam Hussein posed 'no imminent threat' in the months before last years invasion [George Tenet, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency] "What luck for rulers that men do not think" - Adolf Hitler
NEWS1890b - "BUSH/BLAIR JUSTIFICATION OF IRAQ INVASION: NOW PROVEN TO BE LIES, DISTORTIONS, EXAGGERATIONS!" Part 2 of 2 -- Smoking Gun evidence President Bush and Defence Secretary Rumsfeld deliberately set out to lie and deceive!
In a court of law, personal testimony carries the most weight of any other testimony. When a person relates on a stand, under oath, events he either directly participated in or witnessed, the court assigns great weight to that type of testimony. In this article, we see the shocking testimony of a conscience-stricken Marine Corps career enlisted man. Once the cumulative weight of all the incidences of killing civilians both directly with standard munitions and indirectly through Depleted Uranium had reached "Critical Mass" in this soldier's heart, he expressed his feelings to his superior. Immediately, he was placed under "house arrest", undoubtedly so he could not spread his conscience to other men in his unit.
Once home, Sgt Massey decided to get out of the Marine Corps. His conscience was so afflicted, he decided to forego a pension and benefits. We could only wish that more soldiers like him would speak up with one voice; only then would the lid be blown off this story.
This kind of cruelty toward a people we are supposed to be "liberating" so they can be "free" to enjoy "democracy" is startlingly depressing. What did one Iraqi civilian say in the beginning of our invasion (April, 2003) as he surveyed the civilian killings occurring? We quoted him, above, but feel we should quote him again:
"If the price of freedom is this, we don't want it"
Truly, in this deceptive political and spiritual environment in which we find ourselves, we must look most often in the opposite direction of the public rhetoric to find the truth (NEWS1558).
This degree of deception and this global spread of it, is one
more instance of End of the Age prophecy being fulfilled -- in your Daily News!
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