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You correctly predicted tragedy

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Submitted by Thomas Cantwell (United States), Oct 3, 2013 at 11:08

So sad to stumble upon this old post now. On 1Sep, 52 members of this group were cold-bloodedly murdered, almost certainly by special security forces of the Iraqi government. Everyone of the 52 had been personally screened by the FBI for connection to crime/terrorism and cleared. Some of them were former residents of the US who dared to dream of a new Iran, for which they paid with the last thing they had left to give, their lives.

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