posted on Mar, 22 2012 @ 11:12 AM
My Libyan confession (to be continued)
Thanks God, I'm alive and feel home. My name is Jonathon Atickson, the US Army senior sergeant. In May 2011 on direct order of immediate command I
was illegally sent to Libya where the intelligence services had forecasted bloody civilian war. In September 2011 was captured by some detachment of
Libyan rebels whom ironically earlier had been rendering confidential assist. In February 2012 crashed out the Libyan captivity.
The things I had to see being imprisoned are wordless: males subjected to tough tortures; females put to brutal gang-raping and even innocent children
were godlessly humiliated by those absolutely run wild muslim monsters. Sorry, but this time there will be no particular comments on it. The thing I
want you to know is that now those as I've already called them 'monsters' - bastards carrying out brutal tortures of a wartime on women and
children – are standing in only one step of taking official power over Libya. Yes, that was our great mistake to step into Libyan interior conflict,
as practically we ourselves have brought radical Islamists up into power there. Believe me, I personally saw those wild monsters and say you that
there still wartime orders are standing over Libya – armed rebels are still pursuing and oppressing those who stood the Gaddafi's side.
Additionally, a religious war is pending for sure – jihadists are already out for a hunt. You know, being home now I personally scared even to think
about the things awaiting Libya in the nearest future. Matter of fact, neither peacekeeping troops, nor our govs can currently hold the situation in
Libya under control.
It is a miracle that I'm alive and already at home. Thanks God! I'll pray for those who were killed beside me and am to write this confession in
(to be continued)