Airplay, the Geneva Convention-the rules on warfare, not some UN mandate, states that POW
's should not be paraded in front of media. The U.S. has obviously honored this with regard to the thousands of Iraqi POW
's no in Allied custody.
It's amazing how you think one side is justified in brushing off rules or warfare, simply because you personally hate the other side.
Another not. NBC News is reporting that some Allied soldiers captured near Nasiriya have been executed by their captors. According to NBC, witnesses say the soldiers were laid on a floor, and shot through the back of the head.
Now, justify that, Airply, in all your righteous indignation.
What you can argue is that International TV's, American TV's and the American military where the first to break the rule.
What rule was broken, ERJ-190? Reporting on the war? That's no violation. But if you parade prisoners, up-close, in front of cameras, that's apparently a violation of the Geneva Convention.