As the family of the 36-year-old raised concerns over the failed rescue mission which led to her death, David Cameron confirmed that Miss Norgrove may have died as a result of so-called 'friendly fire'.Good luck in pressing your demands, victim's parents. Might as well just relax and Support the Troops.
The Prime Minister announced that a full investigation is being launched into the circumstances of the tragedy.
It had initially been reported that Miss Norgrove died after her rebel captors detonated a suicide vest as American troops closed in on them.
The victim's parents have demanded a full explanation for the events surrounding her capture and failed rescue, amid claims that her release could have been negotiated.
Monday, October 11, 2010
I Knew It!
But, since I failed to post at the time, I have no hard evidence of my prescience. If you looked online this past weekend, though, I'm sure you saw the news stories about how this poor British aid worker, who had been kidnapped by the Musselmen, had been slaughtered by them as the heroic American Troops™ were just about to rescue her. Hmmmm, I thought, this sure has a Pat Tillman kind of smell to it. I wonder if she actually got dusted by The Troops™? And then, this morning, sure enough, there it was: