On December 2, 1980, members of the National Guard of El Salvador intercepted the van carrying four American churchwomen as they were leaving the international airport in San Salvador. Maryknoll Sisters Ita Ford and Maura Clark, Ursuline Sister Dorothy Kazel, and lay missioner Jean Donovan were taken to an isolated spot where they were shot dead at close range.
We should never forget that our government taught these folks their tactics, and it is some of the same members of our government who are suggesting that we start the same Death Squad Strategy in Iraq. John Negroponte was involved with our Central America policy back then.
Yo, Richard! You got more Yuengling? I gotta get this taste out of my mouth!