ISLAMABAD, March 26 (Online): Around 500 dead
bodies of American and British soldiers killed during military
operation in Afghanistan after September 11 blitz have been
lying in a morgue at Shebhaz Airbase in Jacobabad.
American and British authorities because
of fear of strong reaction from their masses had kept the dead
bodies of as many as 500 soldiers in a morgue established at
Jacobabad Airbase instead of shifting them to their own
countries, credible sources informed Online here Tuesday.
The bodies of these soldiers, who were
killed during last five months in Afghanistan, were brought
from Baghram Airbase and other areas of war-ravaged country,
Sources said American and British
authorities, which were planning to shift these dead bodies
from their own countries, delayed the decision after eruption
of war in Iraq.
American and British authorities feared
that shifting of dead bodies at this moment would affect the
ongoing campaign of coalition forces in Iraq, sources pointed
They maintained that dead bodies would be
kept at Shebhaz Airbase until US and British authorities take
the final decision.
Sources revealed that security had
tightened in and around the Airbase to keep this matter
What do you think about the story?
Read what others have to say
It is a well know fact that US govenamentand every
other governament lies and hides things from people.Its
only that many years later we find out the truth,but buy
then nobody gives a shit except the people that lost
family and friends. Hope that many people would
belive the story and not people like Bush,Blair and
by Doug Rasic PhD., Australia
YEP!! i believe it, the quote on quote lack of
casualties in the Afghan war seemed amazingly low and
the Government has a history of this cover up crap so i
believe it. pRetty sick
Posted by Gordie Severino,
believe it ______ Doug Rasic PhD., Australia
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