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Re: [casi] Number crunching - humanity's sadness - again

>US Media Misleading Public on Iraq Casualties*

NPR has a new show, Day to Day, I think it's called. I was half-listening
on Monday when there was something about checking with a US hospital
about casualties from Iraq which funneled through there, and a higher
number than reported. I believe the source was a person with Slate
magazine (which is somehow affiliated with the new show, seemingly), so
you should be able to find it there.

Nothing new about fudging casualty numbers -- not to any who remember the
Vietnam war era. But you know, there is hardly any mention anywhere of
how many Iraqis are dying.

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