There are dead without graves in Iraq

"They're going to kill us, aren't they?" "I don't think so. They're trying to scare us." "Maybe my son has been shot or tortured. Maybe they beat him up so badly that now they're hanging onto him until he heals enough to release. I don't care. What's done is done. You have to reach them and tell them I'll accept him in any condition." These cries are from a scene in the film Missing, produced by Hollywood in the 1980s. It tells the story of the disappearance of US journalist, Charles Horman, in the midst of the escalating violence that prevailed in Chile, following the ousting of leftist President Salvador Allende, five decades ago. Such cries are repeated around the … Continue reading There are dead without graves in Iraq