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US Uses Banned Weapons in Fallujah (moved from ATSNN)

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posted on Nov, 28 2004 @ 05:43 PM
According to witness reports of fugitives from the battle of Al-Fallujah, the US used the chemical Agent Napalm, banned under the fourth amendment to the Geneva Conventions, 1980.
The U.S. military is secretly using banned napalm gas and other outlawed weapons against civilians in the Iraqi city of Fallujah, eyewitnesses reported.

Residents in Fallujah reported that innocent civilians have been killed by napalm attacks, a poisonous cocktail of polystyrene and jet fuel which makes the human body melt.

Since the U.S. offensive started in Fallujah earlier this month, there have been reports of “melted” bodies which proves that the napalm gas had been used.
Kassem Mohammed Ahmed, who fled Fallujah last week, said that he witnessed many atrocities committed by U.S. troops in the shattered city. "I watched them roll over wounded people in the street with tanks," he said. "This happened so many times."

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Use of banned weapons and atrocities should be inspected by an independent UN comission.

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