Another brave British soldier sacrificed to global zionism
It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of Sergeant Mark Stansfield who died yesterday, Friday 21 September 2007 in the UK, from injuries sustained in Iraq last week.
Sgt Stansfield, aged 32, was serving with 32 Close Support Squadron, UK Logistic Battalion, based in the Contingency Operating Base at Basra Air Station. On the morning of Wednesday 19 September 2007 he was conducting security checks of the Contingency Operating Base’s Ammunition Supply Point when he was involved in an accident with a fork lift truck and was seriously injured.
First aid was administered to Sgt Stansfield immediately and he was taken to the Field Hospital at Basra Air Station where he underwent surgery. He was medically evacuated to Selly Oak hospital in Birmingham the following day for further treatment. Tragically, Sgt Stansfield’s condition deteriorated soon after his arrival in the UK. His family were with him at his bedside when he passed away.
"A diligent man, who never accepted second best, he was also kind, warm and generous, with a smile that would light the room and lift the mood, whatever the circumstances. Quote: Major Dave Poole".
"What a tragic needless waste. Men like Sgt Stansfield are the salt of the Earth. It really is a bloody crying shame. Quote: Colonel Wilberforce Buckshot".