FCB general wrote:They taught me that the pjuccy is for boys in the early ages, just as I remember how my uncle forgot that a 5-6 yo nephew can turn on the VCR(to watch cartoons of course) and see the tape with two girls in the prison cell having some fun until the reinforcement(2 police guys) arrives and takes a good care of them. What a shock that was... But a really interesting shock. It didn't take long to forget it, but when you're 12 you recall it.
After the Ottomans lost the war, the British High Commission in Istanbul arrested 144 high Ottoman
officials and deported them to Malta for trial on charges of harming the Armenians. While the
deportees were interned on Malta, the British appointed an Armenian scholar, Haig Khazarian, to
conduct a thorough examination of the Ottoman, British and U.S. records to substantiate the charges.
Though granted complete access to all records, Khazarian’s corps of investigators discovered an utter
lack of evidence demonstrating that the Ottoman officials either sanctioned or encouraged killings of
Armenians. The British Procurator General exonerated and released all 144 detainees.
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