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Though he was dead ...

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in response to reader comment: Public killing was a mistake

Submitted by Humanity not for Monsters (India), May 5, 2011 at 13:12

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Dead must be respected? this monster was given more respect than he deserved. Imagine if some kafir had fallen in hands of Laden or his like, kafir would have been hacked to death, his body dragged and body pieces pissed upon, displaying beheaded head on stick.

That this was done (eyes taken out of socket penis chopped chilly in private parts) to Indian soldiers by Bangladeshi Rifles, American dead were dragged in strreets of Kabul.

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