CNN HAS A HAUNTING VIDEO from reporter Yalda Hakim of Australia’s SBS network in which she traces the path of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales on the night of his alleged killing spree


Can you say “BIASED”?? See the afghan people say “THEY” not “HIM” or HE”. Was this a taliban mission blamed on a US Soldier?? The reporter herself says it’s a 2 day walk, how did one soldier do this in all than one night?

It takes 2 days for the reporter to walk to the village where the murders took place. How did a drunk Bales do it in one night? Along with visiting an afghan base for an hour, return to the village to kill some more and make it back to his base in a few hours? He must be Superman!

CNN HAS A HAUNTING VIDEO from reporter Yalda Hakim of Australia’s SBS network in which she traces the path of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales on the night of his alleged killing spree and talks to survivors of the attack — including an 8-year-old girl who witnessed the murder of her father.
“How did he die?” the child is asked.
“The Americans,” she responds.
Throughout the video, witnesses refer to multiple U.S. troops as carrying out the attack. Watch. http://bit.ly/HoQavt

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3 Responses to CNN HAS A HAUNTING VIDEO from reporter Yalda Hakim of Australia’s SBS network in which she traces the path of Staff Sgt. Robert Bales on the night of his alleged killing spree

  1. Sherry says:

    Yes, my understanding is the same as Thor’s. It is interesting that Karzai suggests that there had to be more than one person involved.

  2. Thor says:

    The reporter didn’t say that it was a two day walk, she said it took her 2 days to finally get the green light to visit the site of the incident. The maps showed the the two villages were approximately 1.5 to 2 kilometers or a 20 minute walk from the FOB. All other accounts are a bit disturbing though.

  3. Ralph says:

    I can say he was set up, if it takes two days to get there no way he could and get back without being noticed.

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