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Mr. Rumsfeld sorry for jail abuse in Iraq

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Donald Rumsfeld the Defense Secretary of United States of America is facing resignation calls for un-American manner of treatment to prisoners in the famously known for its nefarious activities Abu Gharib jail near Baghdad. Mr. Rumsfeld is currently facing the farce from the whole of America for staining its name, as these activities happened in his regime and also under his nose.
America is known in the world for its Right of equality which was propagated by Martin Luther Jr. and Abraham Lincoln.

And when such an act happens it is obviously going to create the uproar. Mr. Rumsfeld is being accused by senators that the abuses at Abu Ghraib jail near Baghdad were such that prisoners were chained high up the on command as an organized and considered act.

Mr. Rumsfeld charged Senate c ommittee hearing for the same. The hearing came as a shock when the photographs were published around the world which contained of prisoners at the jail being sexually humiliated and kept naked. The abusing involved sexual harassment by females troops on prisoners.

Democratic Senator Carl Levin of Michigan, one of the panel members on the hearing told Mr. Rumsfeld that everyone those who had planned and those who had committed the sin were equally punishable.

Mr. Levin also asked a report on the matter and told Mr. Rumsfeld that whosoever had done this act full of shame had put the safety of American soldiers and the integrity of the Nation as a whole in jeopardy and deep trouble.

Mr. Rumsfeld told the senators on the hearing panel old the senators that he sole was responsible for what happened with prisoners and offered sincere apologies to them. He said that they happened because his negligence and so he should be punished. Mr. Rumsfeld had not even started his apology plea when the stiff protestors started shouting slogans “FIRE RUMSFELD, FIRE RUMSFELD”.

Due their indecent behavior they have hassled out of the room. Mr. Rumsfeld’s future has become a charged issue in American and many of leading media personalities along with the newspapers has asked him to step down.

By FW Editor


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Date Added: 23 April '10


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