The Marc Steiner Show

April 13, 2010- segment 2

During the second segment we continue our discussion of the WikiLeaks video controversy.  The video, which was released last week, shows numerous people, including a Reuters journalist and his driver, being killed by shots from a US Army helicopter in Iraq in July 2007.  Today, we were joined by two veterans from the unit involved in this incident, Josh Stieber and Ethan McCord, who is shown in the video carrying wounded children from a van.  

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  1. Thanks to Josh & Ethan for exposing the terrorism resulting from the war crimes of Presidents Obama & Bush and Sec. of DOD Gates and Rumsfeld & their lying generals.

    The presidents and their DOD lapdogs don’t give a damn about U.S. troops, much less innocent children trapped in the free fire zones, or even the American people back here in the “Homeland” who are endangered by Washington’s lies and war crimes.

    Note well that the pampered cowards in Congress finance these atrocities & and like “good” Germans refuse to demand criminal prosecutions for the guilty war criminals on top.

    Impeach Obama for these war crimes! Save the troops & kids!

  2. Well, funny to watch someone using this to deny it was Bush and his goverment who started all this (and for reasons that included not a single one Iraqi’s wellbeing nor any real threat to the U.S.) and then put it into the hands of another president. It’s not possible to “just leave” an invaded country like this, and sadly this prolongs the effects a sadly mistaken mission like this brought to all parties involved.

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