History of False Flag Operations
In September 2005, two British Special Air Service (SAS) agents, posing as arabs, terrorized Iraqis in Basra. But this time, they were caught by the Iraqi police.
"A grab from footage released on September 20, 2005 shows two undercover British
soldiers filmed by Iraqi police after their arrest in Basra, southern Iraq, September 19, 2005."
óREUTERS/Al-Iraqiya via Reuters television
British soldiers arrested over alleged killing
Staff and agencies
Monday September 19, 2005
The fighting broke out after two British soldiers, allegedly dressed as Arabs, opened fire on a police patrol killing one officer and wounding another.
British Smash Into Iraqi Jail To Free 2 Detained Soldiers
By Ellen Knickmeyer and Jonathan Finer
Washington Post Foreign Service
Tuesday, September 20, 2005; A01
Iraqi security officials on Monday variously accused the two Britons they detained of shooting at Iraqi forces or trying to plant explosives.
This equipment was confiscated by Iraqi police from their car
SAS fears sparked jail raid
Correspondents in Baghdad
September 22, 2005
....demonstrators on to the streets to protest that the "British saboteurs" had been planning explosions in the city which would be blamed on followers of Moqtada al-Sadr, the Shia cleric. ....The Iraqis displayed photographs of the explosives, weaponry and several bags of equipment allegedly found in the boot of the men's unmarked car when they had been stopped at a checkpoint. ....There were also wigs, Arab headdresses and sophisticated communications equipment.
British Army Storms Basra Jail to Free 2 Soldiers From Arrest
September 20, 2005
By SABRINA TAVERNISE
BAGHDAD, Iraq, Sept. 19 - Two British soldiers working under cover were arrested Monday in the southern city of Basra and then freed as a British armored vehicle blasted through the wall of their jail after an angry crowd began rioting outside, an Interior Ministry official said.
The official said that the soldiers were undercover officers dressed as Iraqis and that Iraqi police officers had arrested them after the men fired at a traffic police officer.
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