MEGADETH Bassist Comments On London Terrorist Attack

MEGADETH bassist James MacDonough has posted the following message in the "Forums" section of the band's official web site:

"My heart goes out to the people and families affected by this attack in London. People trying to live and survive, this was an outrageous, cowardly attack on civilians and disgusts me. It happens every day in Iraq. These animals are afraid of having their own rights and thinking for themselves, and are comfortable in their state of ignorance to humanity. I'm not posting this to start any kind of political debate. I'm just saying I'm sorry you have to live through something like this. My thoughts [are] with you."


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