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    Soldier Jailed For Gang Rape Of Iraqi Girl

    An American soldier who raped and then murdered a 14-year-old Iraqi girl after shooting dead her parents and young sister has been jailed for life without parole.


    Private Steven Green was the ringleader in the horrific attack which left four dead


    Steven Green, 24, escaped a death sentence after jurors could not decide on his punishment.


    But Judge Thomas Russell ruled he would spend the rest of his days behind bars for the horrific attack on the innocent family's home 20 miles south of Baghdad.


    Green was convicted of being the ringleader in the attack, guilty of murder, rape and obstruction of justice charges.


    He had earlier been discharged from the Army for a "personality disorder."


    The killer led a gang of five US soldiers who invaded an Iraqi family's home in Mahmudiya, 20 miles south of Baghdad, on March 12, 2006.


    Their intention was to rape 14-year-old Abeer Kassem al Janabi.


    While two fellow soldiers assaulted the girl, Green shot and killed the girl's mother, father and six-year-old sister in a bedroom.


    He then took part in the gang rape before shooting Abeer three times in the head and setting her body ablaze.


    Of the other four soldiers who took part in the attack, three pleaded guilty and the fourth was convicted in military courts.


    They received prison sentences ranging from five to 100 years.


    The case was one of several incidents involving American soldiers that enraged Iraqis and strained US relations with the country and its government.


    "We sincerely hope that the sentencing helps to bring the loved ones of this Iraqi family some semblance of closure and comfort after this horrific and senseless act," said US Brigadier General Rodney Johnson.


    Green's case was heard in Paducah, in western Kentucky, because of its proximity to Fort Campbell, where he was based.


    Relatives of the murdered Iraqi family travelled to Paducah after Green's trial and condemned him as a "coward" who would be haunted by his acts.


    "The face of this innocent girl, that face will be chasing you in that dark cell you will be in until the last day of your life," the girl's uncle said at the court hearing.


    Iraq Gang Rape: Steven Green Is Jailed For Life Without Parole For Gang Rape And Murder Of Girl | World News | Sky News

    English Noodles says: I sincerely hope that the sentencing helps to bring the loved ones of this Iraqi family some semblance of closure and comfort after this horrific and senseless act.


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    He had earlier been discharged from the Army for a "personality disorder."
    That's putting it rather mildly isn't it.

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    Not only did the Americans defile Iraq`s sovereignty with lies about the threat of weapons of mass destruction, but some of the scum which represented them committed these despicable acts as well.

    Life in prison is too good for Green, he should be given to the Iraqi citizens for them to carry out their own retribution as they see fit.

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    ^ Let's not forget that Britain was - and still is - a key part of the coalition of the lapdogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    ^ Let's not forget that Britain was - and still is - a key part of the coalition of the lapdogs.

    Yes Blair has a lot to answer for as well.

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    The Tories were just as much behind the war as Labour; pretty much the whole political establishment is guilty.

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    Sweet Jesus, what a fucking animal... The death penalty is too good for him... They should wire his balls up to 220 volt and hook it up to a switch so anyone walking past his cell can give him a jolt, about a 1000 times a day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bretby
    Yes Blair has a lot to answer for as well.
    yes, he most certainly does.

    the GWB administration never would have been able to sell this war if it hadn't been for blair's complicity.

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    Dubya was going to war regardless of having a coalition to support his claims that Saddam Hussein had WMD's and supporting Al Qaeda... And after all, 'they tried to kill my Daddy'...

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    Steven Green, 24, escaped a death sentence after jurors could not decide on his punishment.
    Does the jury decide the sentence in US ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    Steven Green, 24, escaped a death sentence after jurors could not decide on his punishment.
    Does the jury decide the sentence in US ?
    No. Bad writing, I assume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thetyim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by English Noodles
    Steven Green, 24, escaped a death sentence after jurors could not decide on his punishment.
    Does the jury decide the sentence in US ?
    In some states, yes.


    Death Penalty Facts by State



    ALABAMA

    Sentence is recommended by the jury but determined by the trial court judge.
    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    Citizen witnesses are not allowed.
    Executions are scheduled for 6 pm at the Holman Correctional Facility near Atmore. The default method is lethal injection, although inmates sentenced to death prior to 2002 may opt for electrocution.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    ALASKA

    Alaska does not have a death penalty.
    ARIZONA

    Sentence is decided by the trial court judge.
    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    Twelve citizen witnesses are required.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by both the parole board and the governor.
    Executions are carried out at 3 pm at the Arizona State Prison at Florence. The default method is lethal injection, although an inmate sentenced to death prior to 1993 may opt for lethal gas.
    ARKANSAS

    Sentence is decided by the jury.
    Execution dates are set by the Governor.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection (with electrocution as an option for inmates sentenced prior to July, 1983) at 9 pm at the Cummins Prison in Varner.
    CALIFORNIA

    Sentence is decided by the trial court judge.
    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection (or lethal gas, if the inmate requests it) at San Quentin State Prison.
    COLORADO

    Sentence is decided by the trial jury.
    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    Executions are carried out at a secret time during the week designated on the warrant at the Colorado State Penitentiary in Canon City. The method used is lethal injection.
    CONNECTICUT

    Sentence is decided by the jury.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the parole board.
    Executions would be carried out by lethal injection in the Osborn Correctional Facility in Somers.
    DELAWARE

    Sentence is recommended by the jury but decided by the trial court judge.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by both the parole board and the governor.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Delaware Correctional Center in Smyrna.
    Relatives of the homicide victim and the condemned inmate as well as police officials are allowed to witness the execution. Citizens are not allowed to serve as witnesses.
    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

    D.C. does not have a death penalty.
    FLORIDA

    Sentence is recommended by the jury but decided by the trial court judge.
    Execution dates are set by the Governor.
    Victim witnesses are allowed.
    Citizen witnesses are allowed.
    Executions are scheduled for 6 pm.
    Execution is by lethal injection (or electrocution, if the inmate opts for it) at the Florida State Prison in Starke.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by both the parole board and the governor.
    GEORGIA

    Sentence is recommended by the jury.
    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the parole board.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Georgia Diagnostic Prison in Jackson.
    HAWAII

    Hawaii does not have a death penalty.
    IDAHO

    Sentence is decided by the trial court judge.
    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the parole board.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Idaho Maximum Security Institution in Boise.
    Witnesses include media, law enforcement officials and a spiritual advisor chosen by the inmate; victim witnesses are not allowed.
    ILLINOIS

    Sentence is decided by the jury.
    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Tamms Correctional Center.
    INDIANA

    Sentence is recommended by the jury but decided by the trial court judge.
    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by both the parole board and the governor.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City.
    The condemned inmate gets to choose all of the witnesses to their execution.
    IOWA

    Iowa does not have a death penalty.
    KANSAS

    Sentence is decided by the jury
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    Executions would be carried out by lethal injection at the Lansing Correctional Facility. Death row is at the El Dorado Correctional Facility.
    KENTUCKY

    Sentence is decided by the jury.
    Execution dates are set by the Governor.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    Executions are carried out the Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville by lethal injection (electrocution is an alternative for inmates sentenced to death prior to 1998).
    LOUISIANA

    Sentence is decided by the jury.
    The district judge signs a death warrant 30-45 days in advance of the execution.
    The governor may grant clemency or commute the sentence, under advisory from the Board of Pardons.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Angola State Penitentiary at 6 pm.
    Relatives of the homicide victim are allowed to witness the execution.
    MAINE

    Maine does not have a death penalty.
    MARYLAND

    Sentence is decided by the jury
    Execution dates are set by the trial judge, which is actually a week long period in which the Director of the Department of Corrections can set a specific date and time, which is kept secret.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Maryland State Penitentiary in Baltimore.
    MASSACHUSETTS

    Massachusetts does not have a death penalty.
    MICHIGAN

    Michigan does not have a death penalty.
    MINNESOTA

    Minnesota does not have a death penalty.
    MISSISSIPPI

    Executions are scheduled for 6 pm at the Parchman Prison complex. Lethal injection is the only method available.
    MISSOURI

    Sentence is decided by jury.
    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    Eight citizen witnesses are required.
    Executions are conducted by lethal injection at the Potosi Correctional Center in Mineral Point and are scheduled for 6 pm.
    The governor has the sole authority to grant clemency.
    MONTANA

    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the state prison in Deer Lodge.
    NEBRASKA

    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court
    Clemency is decided by the Board of Pardons, a three person committee
    made up of the governor, the attorney general, and the secretary of state
    Executions are carried out by electrocution at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln.
    NEVADA

    Sentence is decided by jury.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the state penitentiary in Carson City.
    NEW HAMPSHIRE

    NEW JERSEY

    Sentence is decided by jury.
    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    Executions would be conducted by lethal injection at the Trenton State Prison.
    NEW MEXICO

    NEW YORK

    NORTH CAROLINA

    Sentence is decided by jury.
    The governor has the sole authority to grant clemency.
    NORTH DAKOTA

    North Dakota does not have a death penalty.
    OHIO

    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    The governor has the power to grant clemency or commute a death sentence.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at 10 am at the Southern Ohio Correctional Facility in Lucasville.
    OKLAHOMA

    Execution dates are set by the state Court of Criminal Appeals.
    Citizen witnesses are not allowed.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester at 9 pm.
    OREGON

    PENNSYLVANIA

    Execution dates are set by the Governor.
    The Governor has the power to grant clemency or commute a death sentence.
    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Rockview State Prison near Bellefonte, typically at 10 pm (however, the PA Dept of Corrections director is free to specify a time).
    RHODE ISLAND

    Rhode Island does not have a death penalty.
    SOUTH CAROLINA

    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    Executions are scheduled for 6 pm at the Broad River Correctional Center.
    The inmate may choose between lethal injection and electrocution. If they fail to choose, lethal injection will be the default method.
    SOUTH DAKOTA

    Executions will take place at the South Dakota State Penitentiary in Sioux Falls
    Execution warrant is issued by the trial court judge, which sets a week in which the execution is to take place. Statutes require the warden of the South Dakota State Penitentiary to set the date and time within the scheduled week for the execution to be carried out. Statutes further require the warden to keep the date and time a secret until no less than 48-hours prior to the execution.
    Executions in South Dakota will take place by lethal injection. (See footnote 1).
    The Governor has sole authority to grant clemency or commute a death sentence. The governor may receive a non-binding recommendation as to clemency or commutation from the state board of pardons; but is under no legal obligation to abide by a board's recommendation.
    (1 Governor Mike Rounds issued a reprieve to condemned inmate Elijah Page, just hours from when Page's execution was to be carried out. Page had formally dropped all of his appeals and asked his sentence be carried out. The governor's action postponed South Dakota's first scheduled execution in some 69 years. Rounds issued the reprieve out of fear that the planned three-drug injection protocol that was to be used on Page would have violated the South Dakota death penalty statute, which prescribes that only a two-drug protocol be used in carrying out an execution. Rounds reprieve will last for 12 months. It is anticipated that state legislators will update the state's death penalty protocol sometime during the South Dakota Legislature's regular session, beginning in January 2007).
    TENNESSEE

    Execution dates are set by the state Supreme Court.
    Executions are carried out in the early morning hours at the River Bend State Prison near Nashville.
    The default method is lethal injection, though inmates sentenced to death prior to 1999 may opt for electrocution.
    Relatives of the homicide victim and the condemned inmate may both witness the execution.
    TEXAS

    Sentence is determined by the jury.
    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    Up to five witnesses are allowed on behalf of the victim.
    Citizen witnesses are not allowed.
    Executions are scheduled for 6 pm at the "Walls" Unit of the TDCJ in downtown Huntsville.
    Execution is by lethal injection.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by both the parole board and the governor.
    UTAH

    VERMONT

    Vermont does not have a death penalty.
    VIRGINIA

    Execution dates are set by the trial court judge.
    At least six citizen witnesses are required. Relatives of the homicide victim are allowed, relatives of the condemned inmate are barred from witnessing.
    Executions are scheduled for 9 pm at the Greensville Correctional Center near Jarratt.
    The inmate may choose to be executed by lethal injection or electrocution. If they fail to make a choice, lethal injection is the default method.
    Clemency or commutation is a decision by the governor.
    WASHINGTON

    Death sentences are issued by the trial jury.
    The 5 member Board of Clemency and Pardons hears petitions and recommends to the Governor whether they should be granted or denied.
    The inmate may opt to be executed by hanging or lethal injection at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla. If the inmate fails to choose, lethal injection is the default method.
    Witnesses to the execution will include:

    a - at least five media representatives, with consideration to be given to news organizations serving communities affected by the crimes or by the commission of the execution of the defendant;
    b. Judicial officers;
    c. Representatives of the families of victims;
    d. Representatives from the family of the inmate sentenced to death; and
    e. Up to 2 law enforcement representatives. The chief law enforcement officer of the jurisdiction where the crime was committed shall designate the law enforcement representatives
    Executions are typically carried out in Washington State just after midnight.
    WEST VIRGINIA

    West Virginia does not have a death penalty.
    WISCONSIN

    Wisconsin does not have a death penalty.
    WYOMING

    Executions are carried out by lethal injection at the Wyoming State Penitentiary at Rawlins.
    The condemned inmate gets to choose all witnesses present at the execution.
    Notes

    Of the 38 states that have capital punishment, 37 require law enforcement and media officials to witness the executions. At least 16 states have a requirement that civilians with little or no connection to the crime also be present when convicted criminals are put to death.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    ^ Let's not forget that Britain was - and still is - a key part of the coalition of the lapdogs.
    Fair enough but I think you're going off on a tangent somewhat.

    The British Army has been exemplary in their behaviour,
    whereas the US Army has turned a problem into a catastrophe with theirs.

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    I'm curious to see what the 'War Is Hell' apologists might have to say about this.

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    It may be only my observation but it is uncanny how these mass murderer's, rapists and general society scum always seem to have sunken cheekbones, deep set eyes and wingnuts that even a mum could not love.

    No excuse, the arsehole knew exactly what he was doing and I hope he rots in jail along with the other scum who took part in this brutal act.

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    ^^^ I don't know of any British soldiers raping and murdering children, true, but I wouldn't describe this as 'exemplary':

    I first heard about Baha Mousa from his family. He was working as a hotel receptionist in Basra when British troops surrounded the building and arrested seven men. They were taken to a British barracks, hooded and beaten. Two days later, as his weeping father recalled for me, Mousa was dead. His family was given $3,000 in compensation and rejected a further $5,000. What they wanted was justice. His father had been appointed a police officer by the British authorities themselves. He was wearing two pistols on his hips. He was "our man", and we killed his son.

    The outrageous death of his 26-year-old son, arrested in front of his own father, remains one of the most shameful episodes of our occupation of southern Iraq. As they beat the seven men, the British soldiers gave them the names of footballers. I guess it is always easy to demean those who you are going to brutalise. One of his comrades, who worked in the same hotel, and who spoke to me in great pain from his hospital bed, described how Baha had pleaded for his murderers to stop kicking him. "He was a decent guy. They didn't need to do that to him," he said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ItsRobsLife View Post
    Fair enough but I think you're going off on a tangent somewhat.

    The British Army has been exemplary in their behaviour,
    whereas the US Army has turned a problem into a catastrophe with theirs.
    At the time of invasion the US had 250,000 troops deployed and Britain had 45,000. That's a 5:1 ratio at time of invasion and out of those how many troops are support troops and how many are combat? I'm not trying to justify the actions of the US or her soldiers, but you can't compare the behavior of 100 troops in a combat situation to the behavior of 10 in a support position. I believe the UK had about 175 deaths and the US had 4300 by mid year 2009 which means either more Americans putting their lives on the line or we are just not very good at what we do.

    I'm American with prior military service and I opposed the war from the beginning. Bush and the other fools that got us into this position should be tried for crimes against humanity and punished in my opinion. The real crime is the casualty numbers of civilians and the amount of money taxpayers are responsible for.
    "he who thinks he knows, does not know; he who thinks he does not know, knows." Lao Tzu

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    Quote Originally Posted by mordred View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ItsRobsLife View Post
    Fair enough but I think you're going off on a tangent somewhat.

    The British Army has been exemplary in their behaviour,
    whereas the US Army has turned a problem into a catastrophe with theirs.
    At the time of invasion the US had 250,000 troops deployed and Britain had 45,000. That's a 5:1 ratio at time of invasion and out of those how many troops are support troops and how many are combat? I'm not trying to justify the actions of the US or her soldiers, but you can't compare the behavior of 100 troops in a combat situation to the behavior of 10 in a support position. I believe the UK had about 175 deaths and the US had 4300 by mid year 2009 which means either more Americans putting their lives on the line or we are just not very good at what we do.

    I'm American with prior military service and I opposed the war from the beginning. Bush and the other fools that got us into this position should be tried for crimes against humanity and punished in my opinion. The real crime is the casualty numbers of civilians and the amount of money taxpayers are responsible for.
    No, the real crime is murder and rape. Are you unable to see that?

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    And all this time I was under the impression that American soldiery was sound of character and drenched with honourable traits. Well, that's what they keep repeating to us anyway. Hmmm...guess not

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrB0b View Post
    No, the real crime is murder and rape. Are you unable to see that?

    I was, of course, commenting on the broader scope of the war and made no mention of this one singular act because the previous posts were about behavior comparisons between American and British forces. Are you unable to see that? Please try to follow along.
    Last edited by mordred; 06-09-2009 at 10:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mordred View Post
    I was, of course, commenting on the broader scope of the war and made no mention of this one singular act because the previous posts were about behavior comparisons between American and British forces. Are you unable to see that? Please try to follow along.
    I see quite fine, thank you. Frankly, both have a horrendous and evil histories regarding military affairs. How 'bout you....how's your real vision? Attempting to be an deeper apologist for your beloved military creates the fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Surin View Post
    I see quite fine, thank you. Frankly, both have a horrendous and evil histories regarding military affairs. How 'bout you....how's your real vision? Attempting to be an deeper apologist for your beloved military creates the fool.

    That was directed at Drbob. Sorry, but my quote didn't get in there for some reason. Beloved military? Where did you get that? I just suggested the commander in chief be tried for crimes against humanity for our involvement. If I loved that military I would still be in. My humanity is more important than where I was born.
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    Why is this such an important thing and it is what? 6 years old and everyday more women are raped and murdered in Burma, next door to us than was done in the whole Iraq war.

    and over 20 recent posts here and here ,FBR : Burma Army Troops Rape Four Women as Abuses Continue , there is only one.

    Why is everyone so much better or worse than another?

    And you Racist, Bigoted motherfuckers have the audacity to call me a Racist...

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang View Post
    Why is thias such an important thing and it is what? 6 years old and everyday more women are raped and murdered in Burma, next door to us than was done in the whole Iraq war.

    and over 20 recent posts here and here ,FBR : Burma Army Troops Rape Four Women as Abuses Continue , there is only one.

    Why is everyone so much better or worse than another?
    True. It isn't any more important unless you're trying to demonize the United States. We have our problems in the states just like any other country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mordred
    It isn't any more important unless you're trying to demonize the United States.
    No one here would do such a thing. The facts are the facts. Five US soldiers convicted of rape and murder by definition makes the other 250,995 dishonorable baby rapers.
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