On Feb. 21, 67 corpses were brought to Baghdad morgue all shot with silencer guns, medical sources told Baghdad’s Azzaman daily Feb. 26. The sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said most of the victims were civil servants, former Baathists and army officers. Three more were killed with silencer guns Feb. 22, including Dr. Thamer Kamel, a university professor who was head of the human rights section at the Ministry of Higher Education. The gunmen drive in mainly four-wheel vehicles and quickly disappear from the crime scene.
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