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[casi] US Started Kuwait Oil Fires

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I originally read about this in Ramesey Clark's report linked at the bottom.

Then, this morning on the way to work and again on the way home, there's this...

Special Ops Vet Says
US Started Kuwait Oil Fires
>From Rick

During tonight's news program on KPFK (90.7 FM, also can be listened to outside the station's 
signal area using Real Audio on the internet -- go to, a US Special Operations soldier 
was interviewed. He came forward of his own free will and accord, and was not paid for the 

He stated that he was part of a group of U.S. Special Ops forces, operating on specific orders, who 
were the ones who ignited the oil wellhead fires in Kuwait, in order that we might blame Saddam 
Hussein for the fires.

His specific assignment was to start fires at four wellheads, while each of the other soldiers in 
his group were assigned a similar number of fires to start. He further stated that no one from Iraq 
had anything whatsoever to do with the oil well fires in Kuwait.

There were numerous additional details, adequate to show that this particular soldier had not made 
up any part of his story.

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