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With Friends like this... (Allawi blames US for killings)

by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / October 26, 2004 1:29 PM PDT
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I think it interesting..............
by Mac McMullen / October 26, 2004 5:02 PM PDT

That as the Prime Minister is making his public statement,
the Minister of Defense is making a public statement and
saying that the cadets left before they were supposed to
leave, and traveled a route different than they were
supposed to use, and some comment about the organization
having been infiltrated by insurgents.

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Re: With Friends like this... (Allawi blames US for killings
by TONI H / October 26, 2004 10:29 PM PDT

>>>Allawi said on Tuesday ?major neglect? by U.S.-led forces led to the incident and ordered an investigation into the attack. A spokesman for U.S.-led forces in Iraq said only that ?terrorists? were to blame.>>>>>

This short paragraph way down near the end of the article is the only mention of your topic; however, there is nothing to indicate why he might even think this is 'our fault' when there are other statements in the same article that indicate two other probable reasons for this massacre.

TONI

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Re: With Friends like this... (Allawi blames US for killings
by Mark5019 / October 26, 2004 10:50 PM PDT

well y post the hle thing thats his way toni would kill him to show his silly idocys

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Re: With Friends like this... (Allawi blames US for killings

Hi, Toni.

I didn't make up the headline, you'll note (unless it's changed since I posted).

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The Chicago Sun Times noted that he has given no reason
by Kiddpeat / October 27, 2004 11:16 AM PDT

for blaming coalition forces. If warranted, that sure indicts George Bush doesn't it? We all know he should be on the ground in Iraq running around making tactical decisions so no mistakes are made. I guess we know what standard will be applied to Kerry if he should by chance win the election.

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