Italian Satellite TV To Broadcast Evidence Of US Use Of Chemical Weapons On Civi

Posted on Tuesday, November 08 at 13:28 by Diogenes
Shocking revelation RAI News 24. Use of chemical weapons by the US military in Iraq. Veteran admits: Bodies melted away before us. White phosphorous used on the civilian populace: This is how the US "took" Fallujah. New napalm formula also used. ROME. In soldier slang they call it Willy Pete. The technical name is white phosphorus. In theory its purpose is to illumine enemy positions in the dark. In practice, it was used as a chemical weapon in the rebel stronghold of Fallujah. And it was used not only against enemy combatants and guerrillas, but again innocent civilians. The Americans are responsible for a massacre using unconventional weapons, the identical charge for which Saddam Hussein stands accused. An investigation by RAI News 24, the all-news Italian satellite television channel, has pulled the veil from one of the most carefully concealed mysteries from the front in the entire US military campaign in Iraq. A US veteran of the Iraq war told RAI New correspondent Sigfrido Ranucci this: I received the order use caution because we had used white phosphorus on Fallujah. In military slag it is called 'Willy Pete.' Phosphorus burns the human body on contact--it even melts it right down to the bone. ----- One of the anonymous posters here wants to know why US topics seem to dominate Vive le Canada; the following submission, if accurate, should answer their question. The disgusting auxilliary to this alleged event will be the support it gets. -Dio http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2005/11/7/11819/9522

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