Monday, December 19, 2005

Baghdad, 19 Dec. (AKI) - "The Islamic Army in Iraq has released a video which it says shows the killing of Ronald Schulz, a 40-year-old American security consultant taken hostage in Iraq earlier this month. It had already announced that he had been killed in a statement issued on 8 December, which said pictures of the killing would be released later. In the new video, which was posted on the Internet and lasts just a few seconds, the screen is split in two. On the left side the identity documents of the hostage are shown as proof of who he is, while on the right the hostage appears with his face covered. The man, who is blindfolded and has his hands tied behind his back, has his back turned to the camera. The video then shows a gunman repeatedly firing an automatic weapon at the man, whose face is never shown."

Got the above link from my stop at LGF. Haven't checked, but am certain Wizbang will be featuring a link to the video, they seem to like giving directions to snuff films. USA Today interviewed me a while ago and I told all three of the writers I spoke with not to watch the islamic beheading videos. To me, lending credence to such animals by providing them a ton of hits was precisely the opposite of what the civilized world should be doing in response to this madness. And sorry, no link to Whiz. I so have SOME standards.

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