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Wednesday, May 23 

They're Coming Home

Just not the way we hoped for. They found the first soldier floating in the Euphrates river, and "He was shot so many times in the head and torso that they can’t identify him yet, but naturally they suspect it’s one of the three missing soldiers." Also, he hadn't started to decompose yet, so he hadn't been dead long. Then they found the other two.
Iraqi police forces in Babel province found on Wednesday two bodies believed to belong to two of the kidnapped U.S. soldiers near al-Furat river in al-Musayab region, 50 km northwest of Hilla, a police source said. “Two bodies in U.S. uniform were found by Babel police forces near al-Furat river. They bore signs of torture,” the source, who asked not to be named, told the independent news agency Voices of Iraq (VOI). “The police handed the bodies to the U.S. army and cordoned off the area,” he also said. No comment was available from the U.S. army on the incident.
Showed signs of torture, so I'm going to assume there must have been pictures of them in a naked pyramid, or perhaps of a Bible being flushed down the toilet, because that's how we "torture" our prisoners.

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