Autopsies of flotilla aid activists reveal executions
Jun 10, 2010
The autopsy results showed that a 60-year-old man, Ibrahim Bilgen, was shot four times in the temple, chest, hip and back, the Guardian said.
A 19-year-old, named as Fulkan Dogan, who also has U.S. citizenship, as shot five times from less than 45 cm away, in the face, the back of the head, twice in the leg and once in the back, it said.
Two other men were shot four times. Five of those killed were shot either in the back of the head or in the back, the Guardian quoted Buyuk as saying.
In addition to those killed, 48 others suffered gunshot wounds and six activists were still missing, he added.
Israel said the multiple gunshot wounds did not mean the shots were fired other than in self defense.
Other reports show that the six "still missing" were thrown overboard in order to cover up fact that they had so many bullet holes that it would be difficult to deny that they were executed.
If not on board, where else would these missing six be, other than in the ocean?
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