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Re: [casi] (Bert Gedin) targeting of water treatment facilities

> Dear Alun & List,
> The Report you refer to had already been provided by
> Dr. Eric Herring,
> this last Friday. However, my appreciation for so
> kindly trying to be
> helpful. - It would be good if some others, with
> expertise or with accurate
> knowledge, or sources, could join this discussion.
> Not neccessarily with a
> strong political message, just to demonstrate some
> eesential facts. Perhaps
> a few of our Iraqi friends would like to contribute?

Unfortunately, the document is pretty useless from the
point of view of CASI - the US military will say that
they produced it so that their generals knew not to
bomb water treatment facilities. They will continue to
deny that they hit them and if CASI raised the issue
in the media it'd just look like a bunch of conspirisy
theorists who don't have a clue what they're doing -
which is why the documents could be safely
declassified. They prove nothing.
Read it thinking "The US military is full of really
nice people" and you'll see what I mean (and then
probably be violently sick afterwards).


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