Zebra 3 Report by Joe Anybody
Wednesday, 31 May 2006
US Military shoots and Kills Pregnant Mother in Iraq
Mood:  down
Now Playing: Our Sick Ass Invasion is killing all kinds of Innocent Iraqies
Topic: WAR

A young boy riding a bicycle looks across at a newly-erected warning sign put up Wednesday, May 31, 2006 on a road around 100 metres from the maternity hospital which Nabiha Nisaif Jassim, 35, a pregnant woman and her 57-year-old cousin Saliha Mohammed Hassan, were driving to for Jassim to give birth when they were killed in Samarra, Iraq Tuesday, May 30, 2006. (notice it went up the day after the US shot the two ladies)

U.S. forces apparently shot to death two Iraqi women, one of them pregnant, when they fired at a vehicle that failed to stop at an observation post in the town, Iraqi officials and relatives said.



The article below just came across the main stream press today.
I am so sick of BUSHMAN's authorized Killing
How long can we American citizens sit around with our thumbs deep in our ass's .....as we slaughter women, children, and innocent civilians.
In this case today we read where two ladies, one who was pregnant were killed by our MILITARY FASCIST GOON SQUAD
For Gods sake we are not even in our own land, and we shoot who ever we want for no reason.

I DEMAND that this killing
****** damnit! ******



The U.S. military said coalition troops fired at a car after it entered a clearly marked prohibited area near an observation post but failed to stop despite repeated visual and auditory warnings.

"Shots were fired to disable the vehicle," the military said in a statement e-mailed to The Associated Press. "Coalition forces later received reports from Iraqi police that two women had died from gunshot wounds ... and one of the females may have been pregnant."

Jassim's brother, who was wounded by broken glass, said he did not see any warnings as he sped his sister to the hospital. Her husband was waiting for her there.

"I was driving my car at full speed because I did not see any sign or warning from the Americans. It was not until they shot the two bullets that killed my sister and cousin that I stopped," he said. "God take revenge on the Americans and those who brought them here. They have no regard for our lives."
He said doctors tried but failed to save the baby after his sister was brought to the hospital.

The shooting deaths occurred in the wake of an investigation into allegations that U.S. Marines killed unarmed civilians in the western city of Haditha.

The U.S. military said the incident in Samarra, 60 miles north of Baghdad, was being investigated. The city is in the heart of the so-called Sunni Triangle and has in the past seen heavy insurgent activity.

"The loss of life is regrettable and coalition forces go to great lengths to prevent them," the military said.

The women's bodies were wrapped in sheets and lying on stretchers outside the Samarra General Hospital before being taken to the morgue, while residents pointed to bullet holes on the windshield of a car and a pool of blood on the seat.

Khalid Nisaif Jassim, the pregnant woman's brother, said American forces had blocked off the side road only two weeks ago and news about the observation post had been slow to filter out to rural areas.

He said the killings, like those in Haditha, were examples of random killings faced by Iraqis every day.
The killings at Haditha, a city that has been plagued by insurgents, came after a bomb rocked a military convoy on Nov. 19, killing a Marine. Rep. John Murtha (news, bio, voting record), D-Pa., a decorated war veteran who has been briefed by military officials, has said Marines shot and killed unarmed civilians in a taxi at the scene and went into two homes and shot others.

Military investigators have evidence that points toward unprovoked murders by Marines, a senior defense official said last week.

In his first public comments on the incident, President Bush said he was troubled by the allegations, and that, "If in fact laws were broken, there will be punishment."

Former Iraqi Foreign Minister Adnan Pachachi told the BBC that the allegations have "created a feeling of great shock and sadness and I believe that if what is alleged is true ? and I have no reason to believe it's not ? then I think something very drastic has to be done."

"There must be a level of discipline imposed on the American troops and change of mentality which seems to think that Iraqi lives are expendable," said Pachachi, a member of parliament.

If confirmed as unjustified killings, the episode could be the most serious case of criminal misconduct by U.S. troops during three years of combat in Iraq. Until now the most infamous occurrence was the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse involving Army soldiers, which came to light in April 2004 and which Bush said he considered to be the worst U.S. mistake of the entire war.

Once the military investigation is completed, perhaps in June, it will be up to a senior Marine commander in Iraq to decide whether to press charges of murder or other violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

The incident has sparked two investigations, one into the deadly encounter itself and another into whether it was the subject of a cover-up. The Marine Corps had initially attributed 15 civilian deaths to the car bombing and a firefight with insurgents, eight of whom the Marines reported had been killed.

"People in Samarra are very angry with the Americans not only because of Haditha case but because the Americans kill people randomly specially recently," Khalid Nisaif Jassim said.

(end quote)


Read more from this AP press report on the two dozen innocent Iraqies we just killed.
2 Dozen Innocent Killed

Posted by Joe Anybody at 3:38 PM PDT
Updated: Wednesday, 31 May 2006 4:20 PM PDT
Monday, 29 May 2006
In Memory of Those
Mood:  loud
Now Playing: Joe Anybody Memorial Day Video's
Topic: WAR

Its not just about Bar-B-Q's
Memorial Day is not only about car races
Its about remembering those who
Fought and Died for Freedom & Liberty

This link is my Tribute --> Joe Anybody Memorial Day

Posted by Joe Anybody at 10:02 AM PDT
Sunday, 28 May 2006
120 DAYS IN PRISON - For not fighting in the illegal BUSH WARS
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: My Tax Money - US PRISON = Jailed War Resistor Peace Advocate
Topic: WAR

What a Patriot! Standing up to War!
Learn more of what this Girl is doing!

Joe Anybody PRoTEST Page

Portland Indy Media

Posted by Joe Anybody at 2:16 PM PDT
Updated: Sunday, 28 May 2006 2:23 PM PDT
Saturday, 27 May 2006
John Trudells New Film
Mood:  irritated
Now Playing: I had to Die to get through it ....They cracked down hard...
Watch this short video Trailer
Which starts out with the comment
"There is no clear thought being exercised right now in the America public"
Is this a guy.... who is a threat?
Hardly so, Listen to this Native American Activist
Speak up and Speak out
Z3 readers, ...this is John Trudell!


Also please check this wonderful site out of Johns

I really liked his MULTIMEDIA Link

Enjoy & Peace From:
Joe Anybody

Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:01 AM PDT
Updated: Sunday, 27 August 2006 8:56 PM PDT
Mood:  bright
Now Playing: ACLU and The Patriot Act ~ Libriarians Gag Order Lifted

So Zebra 3 Readers, when was it that you threw down your civil rights and didn't care anymore? Do you recall being asked to forgo our civil rights?
Well when the Librarians were told to SHUT UP
And when they were "GAGGED" so to speak, about this type of civil rights violations,
They stood up along with the ACLU and fought then as well as "now" for all our rights.
These Patriots "rock" They are My Hero's
Read this surmounting and aspiring link of dedication for civil justice and the freedom to speak and read what we want, in spite of the
NEW NEOCON LAWS that are replacing what we hold true and proud "Our Old Constitution"



I am excited to tell you that the ACLU won the right to address "in public" some concerns of the Patriot Act's National Security Letter Provision which next week will be getting challenged in the open public!

The controversial "NSL" provision authorizes the FBI to demand a range of personal records without prior court approval, including records of Web site visits, e-mail addresses, and certain library records. The statute also "gags" anyone served with such a letter from revealing that the FBI sought or obtained information from them.

Well due to this challenge ....The appeals court effectively lifted the gag that prevented Connecticut librarians who received a NSL from disclosing their identities. The gagged librarians will speak publicly about the case for the first time next week. Civil Right are on the March! (MAY 30 2006)


For more information on National Security Letters, go to
The ACLU Page on the NSA LETTERS

Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:01 AM PDT
Updated: Sunday, 28 May 2006 1:43 PM PDT
Thursday, 25 May 2006
It is a crime to NOT Fight & Kill for the USA Criminal Leaders
Mood:  down
Now Playing: I AIN"T MOVIN !
Topic: WAR

The following excerpt is from the March Issue of the Oregon Peace Works Newspaper by Kevin Benderman
He is currently serving 15-months jail time in a Military Prison for being a
"Conscience Objector"

He opens his letter by stating:
"I consider it an honor to be put in prison for standing for what is right and all that I can say to the men responsible is "I feel sorry for you." The reason I feel for them is because they refuse to see the truth, and self-deception is the worse kind."
(end quote)

He goes on to state what I have felt and commented to my Congressmen just last week by my passionately written lengthly letter:
But on a larger scale, the American people were lied to by men who care for nothing but their own personal agenda and are willing to abuse the goodwill and patriotism of the American people in order to reach their personal goals. This is not what our founding fathers envisioned for this country. They did not want elected representatives to use fear as a governing tool and they did not want citizens to give over all of their rights to people who would let absolute power corrupt absolutely.
(end quote)

Then Kevin mentions what I also feel strongly is what we citizens can do about it by:

I, for one, believe in the Constitution when it says that the ultimate responsibility for ensuring that this country is run correctly lies with the American people and not solely with this government. While we do hire people to do the work of government it is up to us, the citizens, to ensure that they are doing this in accordance with the law of the land.

True freedom requires eternal diligence and it will take everyone doing their share of keeping watch to prevent freedom from slipping out of our hands.
(end quote)

And Finally the sweet reminder that:
It is the small things that add up to keep all of us in line. Which brings to mind three small words spoken by a woman who had had enough, "I ain?t movin." The woman was Rosa Parks. We should think about her courage when we feel as if we are too small to matter.

"I ain?t movin." Are you?

--Kevin Benderman,
(end quote)

To send encouragement and thanks for Kevin's stance
please write to the following address:
c/o Benderman Defense Trust, P.O. Box 1122, Knoxville, Tennessee 37901.

For more information on this travesty see
Joe Anybody's Protest Page

Posted by Joe Anybody at 5:45 PM PDT
Updated: Thursday, 25 May 2006 6:08 PM PDT
The US Trys To Bullshit UN
Mood:  don't ask
Now Playing: UN Committee on Torture says

Human Rights Report
UN Committee Against Torture May 9 2006
May 9 -06 was the United States’ second and final appearance before the
Committee against Torture
The United States also submitted a voluminous
(185-page) supplemental report purporting to answer specific questions raised by the Committee members in response to the United States’ Second Periodic report. In less than two weeks, the Committee against Torture will publish its concluding observations.

READ THIS ON MY WEBSITE as post #22 on my Torture Page

Folks this Torture crap is un excusable.
Everybody knows it,
And now the UN is outright saying it!
So has the Red Cross!
Amnesty International!
Human Rights Groups!
And Joe Anybody's from all-around the world!

I ask truly ......
* Who is responsible for this kind of "treatment"? *
No trial - No Charges - Just Psychotic Abuse

Posted by Joe Anybody at 1:20 AM PDT
Updated: Thursday, 25 May 2006 1:37 AM PDT
Wednesday, 24 May 2006
385 Million Dollars for Housing Jailed Immigrants
Mood:  irritated
Hey Zebra 3 Readers look at ole' Halliburton who just got a 385 Million Dollar contract to build temporary prisons for the INS along the border.
Now does that surprise you any?

Which by the way get used to this new acronym ICE cause thats the new one for these Bad Boys.
A new acronym and some new --> "SUPERJAILS" costing hundreds of millions of dollars and having as many as 2,800 beds. You better be heads up .....Anytime you see mass prison camps being built it is not a good sign.

The following link is from www.Alternet.org

Nationwide, the number of ICE detainees went from 7,444 in 1994 to about 23,000 now; during the same period, the Marshals Service's population more than doubled to an estimated 63,000. Just in the last two years, Congress has authorized 40,000 new ICE beds over the next five years and given the Marshals Service funding for another 4,000 to 5,000. And the President's proposed 2007 budget calls for a $452 million increase in ICE funding, including money for another 6,700 beds.

One of the companies to benefit from the government's building -- and privatizing -- binge is KBR, a Halliburton Co. subsidiary, which in January was awarded a contract worth up to $385 million to build temporary immigrant detention facilities for the Homeland Security Department in case of an "emergency influx of immigrants," according to a KBR press release. The top companies running South Texas detention centers are the Corrections Corp. of America (CCA), GEO Group Inc., and Emerald Correctional Management.

The Office of Detention and Removal, a sub-agency of ICE, calls its 10-year plan "Endgame," the goal of which is to "remove all removable aliens" by 2012, including the 590,000 people who have ignored deportation orders and the 630,000 "criminal aliens" serving sentences in jail or prison at any given time.

The 6,700 new ICE detention beds requested in the 2007 budget represent a much greater number of potential deportees -- that's enough to allow an additional 134,000 people per year to be moved through the system.

- And then I liked this comment on the same link:

Immigration attorneys and advocates have watched with a mixture of amazement and apprehension as the U.S. Attorney's office has increasingly focused on nailing border-crossers. "When I first started practicing immigration law many years ago, the only people that were prosecuted for illegal entry were people who had entered before or people who were doing something else wrong when they were entering," says Barbara Hines, director of the immigration law clinic at the University of Texas Law School. "I think that's really changed -- the people who are being prosecuted [now] are coming for the first time, who have no other criminal record, and they are being prosecuted and serving jail time." Sentences can range from probation to up to 20 years if the individual has an "aggravated felony" on record.

WOW it's not surprising we don't send those captured immigrants to Guantanamo!
This place here in Texas has some news coverage on their "new Business" the prison will be drumming up here real soon due to the immigration arrests.
Here are the last few lines from that article,
Dear Z3 Readers, listen to the tone of this sales pitch for some warm bodies and the general attitude of this unhumanitarian spin. I am ashamed!

The future of CCA's Taylor facility has been in limbo the last several months because of a lack of inmates. During that time, CCA has been marketing the prison actively to use all the available space.
Without any inmates, CCA would have implemented a mothballing plan for the facility, using only a skeleton staff to maintain it so it wouldn't fall into disrepair.
Most recently, the prison housed inmates that had to be relocated from the Gulf Coast as result of hurricanes Rita and Katrina. Prior to that, the facility held prisoners for the U.S. Marshal's Service, and it also held inmates from the overflow at the Williamson County jail.

(end Quote)
Read Complete Article Here --> http://www.taylordailypress.net/articles/2005/12/21/news/news01.txt

To read more information by Joe Anybody on "Detention Camps in the USA" please check my post on Portlan Indy Media or click -->

Posted by Joe Anybody at 12:01 AM PDT
Updated: Wednesday, 24 May 2006 12:01 PM PDT
Tuesday, 23 May 2006
Mood:  on fire
Now Playing: Git Out..We No Longer Care!

What can I say!
When Hate Runs Its Way
It Looks Ugly!

Posted by Joe Anybody at 1:31 AM PDT
Updated: Saturday, 3 March 2007 5:18 PM PST
Friday, 19 May 2006
Net Neutrality ? - Internet Is Changing
Mood:  loud
Now Playing: READ UP or LOOSE OUT
Topic: MEDIA
The Internet is Jeopardy
This link will help you understand why we can not allow the freedom of the Internet and its use and affordability go down the toilet.


This video Link explains this in about 3 minutes
Check it Out --> **** HERE ****

Posted by Joe Anybody at 5:01 PM PDT
Updated: Monday, 22 May 2006 9:11 PM PDT

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