The wife of a Canadian peacekeeper who’s missing and presumed dead in Lebanon demanded to know Thursday why several Israeli missiles struck the UN site where her husband was stationed as an observer.
A grieving Cynthia Hess-von Kruedener told a news conference at CFB Kingston that she doesn’t believe the strike Tuesday that’s believed to have claimed the life of her husband, Paeta, was an accident.
“They’re clearly marked as UN observers, so why were (the Israelis) firing on that base?” she wondered.
“If those are precision-guided missiles, then it is intentional with three bombs.”
Questions that all Canadians should be asking, esp. Stephen Harper.