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Re: [casi] Re: Iraq imported chewing gum machines through OFF?

If the Americans are NOT targetting civilians, how can
the high number of "misses" be explained?

Was the Maternity hospital a mistake?
Was the marketplace in Shu'la a mistake ?
Was the market area in Sha'ab a mistake?
Was the bombing of villages outside Baghdad a mistake?

There are so many "mistakes" that one has to conclude
one of two: either these weapons are not so precise,
but Rumsfeld and Franks have bragged about their
precisions so much one can't say the weapons are not
Or the guys behind those weapons are a bunch of idiots
who are not able to use them properly.
In either case, it puts the credibility of the US in

Let us remember that in 1991, the US tested a new bomb
on the Amiriya Shelter, knowing it was a shelter...
The price then too was worth it..


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