Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Georgian Forces Targeted Civilians

The evidence keeps on piling up that the Georgian forces committed atrocities in South Ossetia. If only the mainstream media had scrutinised the situation more thoroughly instead of just believing whatever the Georgian dictator said:

President Mikhail Saakashvili has denied that Georgia's armed forces committed war crimes during their attack on South Ossetia in August.

Evidence obtained by the BBC in the breakaway region suggests Georgia used indiscriminate force, and may have targeted civilians.

Witnesses said tanks had fired on an apartment block, and civilians were shot at as they fled the fighting.

The upcoming protests will certainly be interesting.