Wednesday, November 09, 2005

More WMD lies ...

oh wait, this is not a Bush lied about WMD, this is of the Bush used WMD's variety. Well, Wizbang does some curtain lifting on these wizards of inanity and links to some more at Say Anything.

There's more to say in regard to this but I'll wait to finish that post.

Update: Why do I think that Marine Staff Sgt. Jimmy Massey is somehow involved with this new information emerging.

I just finished reading the Independent 'story'. I just couldn't help laughing at the end of the of the article. After all the serious allegations and supposed massive evidence there's this at the end:

The documentary, entitled Fallujah: the Hidden Massacre, also provides what it claims is clinching evidence that incendiary bombs known as Mark 77, a new, improved form of napalm, was used in the attack on Fallujah, in breach of the UN Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons of 1980, which only allows its use against military targets.

Meanwhile, five US soldiers from the elite 75th Ranger Regiment have been charged with kicking and punching detainees in Iraq.

The news came as a suicide car bomber killed four American soldiers at a checkpoint south of Baghdad yesterday.
Can they signal their intentions any more blatantly?

Update II: Corrected the previous update, striking out Marine Staff Sgt. Jimmy Massey's name since we now have the name of the 'expert' witness, one ex-soldier Jeff Englehart. (ht: LGF)

And Scott Burgess of The Daily Ablution is on the Independent like a professional blogger on a hack newspaper. Mark Peter Popham (reporter of the inital article) and Andrew Buncombe (the seconder) down in you book as easy marks for publishing the tripe of the anti-war moonbats, for assuredly the moonbats already have.


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