raq War Crimes: Haditha: Another Small Massacre - No One Guilty.
"We gather tonight knowing that this generation of heroes has made the United States safer and more respected around the world." (President Barack Obama, State of the Union address, 24th January 2012.)
On the 24th of January, the day President Obama delivered his last State of the Union speech to Congress before the election, citing the: "selflessness and teamwork of America's Armed Forces, (their) focus on the "mission at hand," the "selfless" Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich, leader of the massacre at Haditha, in Iraq, became the seventh soldier to walk free - from the mass murder of twenty-four unarmed men, women and children, in three homes and a taxi.
It was another chilling, ruthless, cold blooded, up to five hour rampage, revenge for the death a colleague, in a roadside bomb - which had nothing to do with the rural families that paid the price.
The youngest to die was a one year old, the oldest was seventy-six years old, wheelchair-bound amputee, Abdul Hamid Hassan Ali. He died with nine rounds in the chest and abdomen.