posted on May, 3 2005 @ 07:38 AM
After failing to agree on the details of a report into the killing of an Italian agent return with a freed hostage. The Italian authorities have
released a report condeming US troops for there inexperiance and for tempering with the scene of the incident.
The report, published on the Italian intelligence services' website, says that the roadblock from which Calipari was shot was set up ineptly and
there were no signals indicating its presence.
"It is likely that the state of tension stemming from the conditions of time, circumstances and place, as well as possibly some degree of inexperience
and stress might have led some soldiers to instinctive and little-controlled reactions," the report said, quoted by the Associated Press news agency.
It denied the US assertion that their military command in Baghdad was unaware of the Italian mission to secure the hostage's release, pointing out
that the Italians had been allocated secure accommodation in an American-controlled area.
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Good to see that the US valaues it allies contributions to the point where they wont even bother investigate an accident like this properly.