Some italians are upset that the U.S. cleared its soldiers in the accidental shooting of Nicola Calipari. Calipari died when U.S. troops fired upon his car speeding toward a checkpoint while rescuing marxist propagandist Giuliana Sgrena.
The now world-famous liar Sgrena, who originally claimed she was targeted in the shooting, has now changed her story yet again
and says Calipari was targeted.
Sgrena, a veteran war correspondent for the communist newspaper Il Manifesto who was wounded in the shooting, called the findings "a slap in the face" and again alleged that Calipari had been killed deliberately.
"Nicola Calipari was murdered. Don't use the word 'accident'. Now we want the truth and we want to know who gave the order to open fire on that car," she told a news conference.
Well you have the truth now, Ms. Sgrena. You would not know the truth if it jumped up and rubbed its ass in your face, but you have it nonetheless.
The italians have offered no evidence other than mere conjecture that contradicts the findings of the U.S investigation. Sgrena's own account has of course been proven to be untrue.
This event was a tragedy, but it was an accident also. Sgrena should be ashamed for trying to turn it into something it clearly is not. Marxists are not known for having much common decency, however.
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