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Posted: 5/8/2004 7:26:28 PM EST

An armed members of Muqtada al-Sadr's Mahdi army leads the funeral procession of Iraqi Alim Karim, 25, in the holy city of Najaf, Iraq, Saturday, May 8, 2004. Karim was killed when Sadr's Mahdi army clashed with British coalition forces in the southern town of Basra, a day after an al-Sadr aide offered worshippers money for capturing or killing coalition soldiers. (AP Photo/Hadi Mizban)


U.S. Army military policeman Philip Cyrus from China, Maine, watches over a group of detainees at the Abu Ghraib Prison on the outskirts of Baghdad, Iraq Saturday, May 8, 2004. Cyrus and fellow members of the 152nd Field Artilary were retrained as MPs and were deployed to the prison earlier this year after the departure of some soldiers under investigation for prisoner abuse.


ABU GHRAIB, IRAQ: Sarmad Al-Bayati (C), a relative of an Iraqi prisoner being held by US authorities at the Abu Ghraib prison, pleads 08 May 2004 with a US marine as he tries to find news about his brother whom he thinks is still being held at the detention center located 30 kms west of Baghdad. Al-Bayati told journalists that the only time he was able to visit his brother was after he paid a 100 USD bribe through a lawyer and was allowed inside. He has not heard about his brother since. AFP PHOTO/Roberto SCHMIDT


US soldiers on a military vehicle move through Iraqi Shiite Muslims loyal to cleric Moqtada Sadr, as they prepare to perform Friday midday prayers in Baghdad's Sunni neighborhood of Adhamiya.(AFP/Marwan Naamani)


Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Bill Graham (2nd R) and Canadian Minister of Francophone Affairs Denis Coderre (2nd L) review troops at the Royal Haitian Hotel in Carrefour, Haiti, on May 7, 2004. Canadian soldiers are part of a US-led multinational force of about 3,600 men and women. Three ministers made a half-day whirlwind trip to meet with Haitian officials and visit Canadian troops. REUTERS/Daniel Morel


A British soldier takes position during clashes with militiamen loyal to Moqtada Sadr in Basra. British forces raided the offices of radical Shiite cleric Sadr in the southern cities of Basra and Amara, killing five militiamen in clashes which also left nine people wounded, including three British soldiers.(AFP/Nawfal Hashim)


JERUSALEM, -: An Israeli female border guard armed with M-16 rifle watches over Muslim worshippers leaving the al-Aqsa mosque compound after the noon Friday prayer 07 May 2004 in Jerusalem's Old City. The United States and Israel were again in near isolation at the United Nations 06 May as the UN General Assembly overwhelmingly endorsed Palestinian sovereignty over land Israel seized in 1967. AFP PHOTO/Gali TIBBON


People wait for a bus at a bus stop as Pakistani paramilitary soldiers stand alert to ensure security in Karachi, Pakistan Saturday, May 8, 2004, a day after a suicide bomber dressed like a Shiite Muslim cleric is believed to have carried out the attack that killed 14 people and wounded more than 200 at a mosque in this southern city. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)



SUNGAI KOLOK, THAILAND: A Thai soldier guards a Buddhist temple in the border town of Sungai Kolok at the Thai-Malaysia border late 07 May 2004. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra slammed local and foreign media for "exaggerating" their reporting on bloody clashes last week which left 113 people dead in the Muslim south. AFP PHOTO / Jimin LAI


MANILA, PHILIPPINES: Philippine soldiers from the elite Light Reaction Company stand in formation in Camp Aguinaldo, the armed forces headquarters in Manila 07 May 2004 before they are deployed around the capital to guard against possible terrorist attacks ahead of the May 10 presidential election. AFP PHOTO ROMEO GACAD


NEW YORK - MAY 7: A NYPD emergency service unit officer is seen on patrol at the World Trade Center site May 7, 2004 in New York City
Link Posted: 5/8/2004 7:28:43 PM EST
Link Posted: 5/8/2004 7:39:45 PM EST
Great pics again Lumpy Thanks
Link Posted: 5/8/2004 7:54:02 PM EST
[Last Edit: 5/8/2004 7:55:32 PM EST by FiftyCalibre]


is it me, or are those BIG stripes?
Link Posted: 5/8/2004 8:14:01 PM EST
good stuff, thanks lumpy!
Link Posted: 5/8/2004 8:15:38 PM EST

Originally Posted By Stokes:
Finger on the trigger for the shotgunner!



Can't tell with him but this guy better hope the driver does not hit a bump!

Link Posted: 5/8/2004 8:53:25 PM EST

Originally Posted By Stokes:
Finger on the trigger for the shotgunner!


Surounded by pissed of Iraqi's .
Link Posted: 5/8/2004 8:55:24 PM EST
as to the last comment the current status concerning belt feed weapons is you have to have them "half loaded", hence, the guy will have to cock the 240 one more time before he can rock and roll.

i think its bs too, but i carry a shotgun, and when im out the gate im locked cocked and ready to greas anyone dumb enough to get in the way
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