The Italian hostage who was met with a barrage of American bullets when she was trying to leave Iraq on Monday has refused to except the US Military account of the incident. She is now claiming that she might have been targeted for her nation's cooperation with terrorists.
Italian hostage Giuliana Sgrena, shot and wounded after being freed in Iraq, said Sunday U.S. forces may have deliberately targeted her because Washington opposed Italy's policy of dealing with kidnappers.
The AP report
Friday evening's killing of the agent and wounding of the journalist, who worked for a communist daily, has sparked tension with Italy's U.S. allies and put pressure on Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to take a hard line with President Bush.
Oh yeah, where real popular on the world stage right now, aren't we! I think it's time for Rummy to come up with some answers.