William N. Grigg
June 6, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
The bullets used to kill 19-year-old Furkan Dogan, a Turkish-American college student born in Troy, New York, were fired by soldiers in a foreign army — but they were paid for with money extorted from U.S. taxpayers.
A post-mortem documented that Dogan was shot four times in the head and once in the chest by the commandos of Unit 13, which assaulted the humanitarian flotilla attempting to break the Israeli government’s blockade of Gaza. Dogan was one of nine Turkish nationals killed in the attack.
Of the incident in which this young American citizen was murdered, Vice President Biden — an infinitely self-replenishing Artesian gusher of unfiltered foolishness — had this to say: “What’s the big deal here?”
Although Dogan was the only U.S. citizen to be killed, other Americans who protested the Gaza blockade suffered grievously at the hands of U.S.-subsidized Israeli soldiers.
Paul Larudee, a 64-year-old peace activist who was also involved in the flotilla, was severely beaten and otherwise abused during his two-day detention in Israel because he refused to defer to the “authority” of the Israeli hijackers. Emily Henochowicz, a 21-year-old from Maryland, lost an eye while taking part in a demonstration in Jerusalem protesting the attack on the flotilla, and the ongoing blockade of Gaza: She was shot in the face with a (U.S.-subsidized) tear gas grenade fired by an Israeli soldier.
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