Fallujah: The Italian/Chemical Connection And The Truth

Thursday, March 24, 2005

What happened during the siege of Fallujah may finally be coming to light. Was it coincidence that the U.S. military opened fire on the car carrying Guiliana Sgrena? Or possibly, was it the fact that she was the first to report on the illegal use of chemical weapons on the innocent people of Fallujah. She is however not the only person reporting on the atrocity committed there. Dr. Dahr Jamail has been trying to open peoples eyes to the use of chemical weapons by the U.S. in his blog. Of course it's only the non-embedded journalists giving us a glimpse of the truth, until the recent press conference by Dr. Khalid ash-Shaykhli ,an official at Iraq's Health Ministry, in which he told the crowd "I absolutely do not exclude their use of nuclear and chemical substances, since all forms of nature were wiped out in that city. I can even say that we found dozens, if not hundreds, of stray dogs, cats, and birds that had perished as a result of those gasses." Which brings us to the recent refusal by the U.S. military to allow Italian investigators access to the vehicle in which Nicola Calipari was murded. Once again I ask you: coincidence or is this just another cog in the coverup of what really happened in Fallujah


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