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

--- Bert Gedin <> wrote:
> Dear Alun,
> Aren't you jumping to (unfounded) conclusions? A
> useless document?
Yes, both sides will read different meanings into it.
People (particularly Americans) will tend to believe
the US military because they know more about them.
> The US
> military NOT bombing Iraqi infra-structure? Do you
> really believe that Iraqi
> water systems have never been bombed?
Of cause I know theyu were bombed - why do you think
I'm on CASI.
> The US
> military may be full of really
> nice people, but it is those very "really nice
> people" who cause so much
> havoc, including "collateral damage". Maybe you're
> underestimating CASI - it
> includes a number of experts in politics, science
> etc., as well as ordinary
> folks with plenty of common sense.
> CASI is no "ship of fools"!
Exactly why I'm sure it will have the good sense to
avoid this issue for a while and make arguments it can


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