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> U.S. Used Mustard gas, Nerve gas, and Burning Chemicals on Iraqis in Fallujah

8 March 2005 19:39
I would invoite the poster to carefully study the initial eye-witness reports, which started circulating some time ago. The reports are very clear that the chemical weapons were delivered by aerial bombing and/or artillery. This is not in keeping with internation law going back even before WWI (IANAL, etc and I have no idea whether the original treaties have been superceded by later conventions). The use of chemical weapons in Iraq by the US has been well documented and seems to be well known by those outside the inbedded journalist community. As others said, why wasn’t this (...)


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