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Dahr Jamail on how the WikiLeaks video of the New Baghdad Massacre “is not uncommon” through the mouths of “several soldiers who shared equally horrific stories of the slaughtering of innocent Iraqis by U.S. occupation forces”.
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The options on the table before the Obama Administration War Cabinet all involved escalating the occupation by as many as 80,000 troops. The president wants other options as he continues dithering.