I am more than just a little bit enraged. Anything I type here probably can’t accurately express how this story makes me feel and I would probably devolve into a blathering cussfest.
Good God, what century is this?
While this seems pretty shocking at first glance, i don’t find it particularly troubling when placed in the context of all the awful stuff happening in Iraq right now. The New York Times put it quite succinctly in a headline on Sunday: “The War in Iraq Turns Ugly. That’s What Wars Do.”
The author of the story needs a usage dictionary:
This paragraph implies that the soldier was killed by hanging , but we find out further down the page that he
The soldier was hung in the town square, not hanged.