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Old 08-06-2010, 01:59 PM
Location: Arizona High Desert
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Whose Hands? Whose Blood? by Tom Engelhardt -- Antiwar.com

More insight from Tom Engelhardt.
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Old 08-06-2010, 04:34 PM
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After all, one of the revelations in the trove of leaked documents Assange put online had to do with how much blood from innocent Afghan civilians was already on American hands.
To hear Mullen say that reminded me of the alternate reality the Pentagon is forcing on us. WE are the ones being attacked by people from their own country, WE are the ones in a place we don't understand, and yet someone else, for just releasing the truth, has "blood on their hands"

I don't remember Assange firing a single shot.
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