#124 Linthwaite - you should be the last to talk - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • * BEN JABO
    • 04.12.07 | 03:50 (IST)

    and criticize anyone or anything--To refresh your memory---"I led you by your lying tongue, showed you where and when you tried to deceive--It's how time you fessed up--Nobody can believe you, you indicted and convicted your self with your forked tongue--Pay attention to the last two paragraphs--"#24 Linthwaite - How can anyone believe what u say.? You took a clear cut story, amended it to suit your devious needs, and claimed it was the truth--Nowhere, no place, did the Government forces in Peki'In violate standing orders--I'm enclosing a link to the entire story--Prove to me where you extracted that detail from the story--I can't repost the entire story for lack of space, however, the link will enable you to review it in it's entirely--Just copy and paste the part you claim was included--Emphasis is mine--http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/918498.html PEKI?IN CLASH This is why you can?t be believed or trusted Linthwaite ? I?m enclosing the link to the story?Please review it, in it?s entirety, and show me the part where the Officers defied orders not to open fire?You have a great imagination, once again you?ve proven you like to write, distorting the actual events to suit your purposes?For lack of space, I didn?t post the complete story, gave you the link instead?Now go ahead and show me what you claimed happened?I have emphasized some of the essentials to facilitate your reading what really happened-- ?Some 27 police officers were among the wounded. Police and the Magen David Adom emergency service said that one civilian and one policemen sustained serious injuries in the clashes. Three of the civilians were wounded by live police ammunition. Police defended opening fire on the residents, saying they did so only in self-defense. Koren confirmed that the police used live ammunition in the town, arguing that the officers had found themselves in a ?life-threatening situation

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    First published 00:00 03.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 03.12.07
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