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Question 1: On March 24, 2006, a ________ user Shadowhart (with first name Jesse) posted a blog entry describing the alleged atrocities in Iraq.
MySpaceLast.fmYouTubeFacebook

Question 2: The article also quoted MacBeth falsely stating that he had been shot in the back by an ________ while in an Iraqi tunnel, but that a Canadian nurse stitched him up and he continued fighting.
M2 Browning machine gunHeckler & Koch MP5M4 carbineM16 rifle

Question 3: An April 6, 2004 Arizona Indymedia article places him at the center of a dispute at a coffee shop near a campus of ________.
Columbia UniversityStanford UniversityCornell UniversityArizona State University

Question 4: Macbeth alleged ________ atrocities in interviews posted to the Internet as web pages and video.
Iraq WarVietnam WarUnited States Marine CorpsCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 5: May 23, 2006, ________ Superior Court issues a bench warrant for Jesse Adam Macbeth.
Auburn, WashingtonTacoma, WashingtonPacific, WashingtonPierce County, Washington

Question 6: Jesse Adam Al-Zaid,[1] in 1984) is an anti-war protester who falsely claimed to be an Army Ranger and veteran of the ________.
United States Marine CorpsCentral Intelligence AgencyIraq WarVietnam War

Question 7: He lied in alternative media interviews that he and his unit routinely committed ________ in Iraq.
Crime against humanityWar crimeNuremberg TrialsCommand responsibility

Question 8: Macbeth is also quoted as saying he was "stabbed many times," has shrapnel in his knee, has been shot in the back, and that he has received the ________.
Bronze Star MedalSilver StarPurple HeartArmed Forces Expeditionary Medal

Question 9: No other known primary sources have described the atrocities that Macbeth described, all of which would certainly be violations of ________.
Human rightsInternational humanitarian lawGeneva ConventionsUniversal jurisdiction

Question 10: He was discharged from the service after having been declared unfit or unsuitable for the Army, or both,[7] before he could complete ________.
United States Army Basic TrainingUnited States ArmyRecruit trainingUnited States Marine Corps







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