Not Necessarily the News: Iraqi officials outraged by U.S. raid in prime minister's hometown

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Iraqi officials outraged by U.S. raid in prime minister's hometown:

Khazaali, the U.S.-allied governor, denounced the operation at a news conference, saying the U.S. military hadn't coordinated in advance with Iraqi forces, who assumed control of Karbala security in October 2007. The governor said the raid set "a dangerous precedent" for areas ostensibly under full Iraqi control.
Just lettin em know who's boss?

check out andymahn271's comment, is this some part of a setup?

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