Sunday, March 30, 2003

Feeding men into the plastic shredder
It being Sunday, perhaps you will pray that our friends who work and rally for Peace will not forget that peace cannot ever be merely an absence of war.
“There was a machine designed for shredding plastic. Men were dropped into it and we were again made to watch. Sometimes they went in head first and died quickly. Sometimes they went in feet first and died screaming. It was horrible. I saw 30 people die like this. Their remains would be placed in plastic bags and we were told they would be used as fish food . . . on one occasion, I saw Qusay [President Saddam Hussein’s youngest son] personally supervise these murders.
Sickened as the statement of this witness may make us, we should not stop here in remembering the suffering of those stricken people. For more testimony of the acts of Qusay Hussein, Uday Hussein, and other members of Iraq's Government, visit

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