A British court found 4 British soldiers of the Irish Guards who drowned an Iraqi boy not guilty, as they only wetted the boy.
Fifteen years old Ahmed Jabar Karheem was thrown in the Shatt al-Basra canal in Basra at gunpoint in May 2003, when the British soldiers decided to 'give them a lesson' for stealing. one of the accused soldiers, Guardsman McCleary said: 'Justice has been served and I would like to thank everyone.'
The British court concluded that many Iraqis were died of weird causes under occupation, such as: aired to death, talked to death, or wetted to death.
In a separate incident, a 15 years old Iraqi girl was sexed to death by six American soldiers of the 101 Air Borne Division. Her mother, father and a 5 years old sister were bulleted to death at the same time in their house. The American soldiers are also waiting to be cleared at an American court.