Fallujah - The Hidden Massacre
Veteran admits: Bodies melted away before us.
WARNING: This video contains images that depict the reality
and horror of war.
It should only be viewed by a mature audience!
These are photos that were given to us by a GW vet in '96.
Notice that the flesh is burned but the clothing is not even singed.
This is just like the images seen in the Italian TV program of the white
phosphorus victims of Fallujah.
Click on the picture for
November 21, 2005
of Phosphorus Use Turns Into Damage Control
The State Department and Pentagon have so bungled their response - making
and then withdrawing incorrect statements about what American troops
really did when they fought a pitched battle against insurgents in the
rebellious city - that the charges have produced dozens of stories in
the foreign news media and on Web sites suggesting that the Americans
used banned weapons and tried to cover it up.
PROOF White phosphorus
Used in Fallujah
Confirmed by the Army's own battle report!!!
The March edition of Field Artillery Magazine documents
the use of white phosphorus on human targets in Fallujah. Here is the
PDF to that document; the information can be found on page 5.
More Info On
Used White Phosphorous in Iraq
acknowledged Tuesday that U.S. troops used white phosphorous as a weapon
against insurgent strongholds during the battle of Fallujah last
November. But they denied an Italian television news report that the
spontaneously flammable material was used against civilians.
'I treated people who had their skin melted'
"The people and
bodies I have seen were definitely hit by fire weapons and had no other
shrapnel wounds," he said. Read More...
White Phosphorous, Daisy Cutters, Depleted Uranium, Thermobaric bombs,
Clusterbombs, Napalm...The US uses WMD against civilians
United Nations banned the use of napalm against civilians in 1980 after
pictures of a naked wounded girl in Vietnam shocked the world. The
United States, which didn't endorse the convention, is the only nation
in the world still using napalm.
A name that lives in infamy
The destruction of Falluja was an
act of barbarism that ranks alongside My Lai, Guernica and Halabja.
The media are minimising US and British war crimes in Iraq
The reporting of the Iraqi death toll - both in its scale and account of
who is doing the killing - is profoundly dishonest.
Check out this report from the 1st Gulf War!
Crimes Tribunal by Ramsey Clark and Others -- A Report on United
States War Crimes Against Iraq to the Commission of Inquiry for the
International War Crimes Tribunal by Ramsey Clark and Others.
Dave (a listener) for sending!!!