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Fact or Fiction ? Supressing the death toll in Iraq

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posted on Jan, 19 2005 @ 05:22 PM
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came across this... maybe you know him, never heard of him myself.



col hackworth "Since this tragic war kicked off in March 2003, the United States has evacuated an estimated 50,000 KIA, WIA and non-battle casualties from Iraq back to the States – leaving 50,000 slots that have had to be filled."

www.sftt.org...


more smoke to fire, theres alot more on the internet about this than i thought, seems theres talk of it from some us soldiers on there own blogs(been unable to find any so far, maybe why there being shut down , like after the mosul attack?)

ive also been told that someone is going to make a web site with all the DOD list of dead and post it everywhere asking familys to comment via email if there son/daughter/husband/wife is not on the list.




posted on Feb, 1 2005 @ 10:39 PM
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friend send me this link... never heard of the paper but maybe you yanks have..

this a quote from returning us soldier from iraq

"Rieckhoff criticized the military for not releasing the entire number of those killed or injured in Iraq, a figure he said is far greater than the 1,416 listed as killed and 10,622 listed as wounded by the Defense Department.

"It takes guys like us to embarrass [Defense Secretary Donald] Rumsfeld before things get changed,"


www.suntimes.com...

[edit on 1-2-2005 by yeehaa]



posted on Feb, 5 2005 @ 01:43 PM
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The page you linked is down now.

As I've said before I wouldn't doubt it and the larger overall lists would be quite easy to manipulate. Everytime someone questions it just say sorry that was a clerical error. That person/family drops the issue. The next person/family asks about someone not on the list.. same story.



 
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