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[casi] Targeting of Water Treatment Facilities.

To Eric & List,

If I quoted you out of context then that was certainly not the intention.
However, I stand by my declared views, & we shouldn't get
involved in petty bickerings about this word or that. I hadn't expected
everyone to agree with everything I said, that would be have been unusual
for a discussion group. Santions or bombings, re. Iraq's water supplies? I
don't accept that sanctions alone were intended to degrade the water
supplies. As a result of devastating bombings, conditions for disease would
be prevalent. If all the water systems had been affected by bombings, it
takes little adding up to to see that diseases (water-born & others) would

Bert G.

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