A Debate: Did the U.S. Military Attack Iraqi Civilians With White Phosphorus Bombs in Violation of the Geneva Conventions?
We speak with a former U.S. soldier who witnessed orders being given to drop white phosphorus bombs over Fallujah; a Pentagon spokesperson in Baghdad who admits such bombs were used but denied they were used as a chemical weapon; and the news director of RAI TV, the Italian TV network that produced “Fallujah: The Hidden Massacre.”
We speak with Peter Kornbluh of the National Security Archives on the paper's decision to abide by a Pentagon request not to name which European nations house these secret facilities. Kornbluh compares this decision to the New York Times' refusal to report on details of the U.S. invasion of the Bay of Pigs in Cuba in 1961.
To see the entire documentary, "Fallujah: The Hidden Massacre", go to: http://en.wiki.globaltruth.org/
http://www.internationalnews.fr/article-The U.S. used Chemical Weapons in Iraq (Democracy Now video, 1h)-NaN.html