The way retired Israeli general Arieh Biro tells the story doesn't leave much to the imagination. First, he says, the 49 Egyptian soldiers, taken prisoner by Israeli paratroopers in the 1956 war, were ordered to lie face down on the ground. Next, Biro and a lieutenant raked their bodies with submachine gunfire. "They didn't cry out. They were in shock," Biro, then a captain, says without emotion. "It was all over in a couple of minutes." (Read more here)The story here reminds me of a man who was kicked in the butt 30 years ago, and acted a fool as if he did not feel the kick. Then, after 30 years, he is move to convince everyone that he did not know he was kicked.