“We’ll unleash the dogs of hell, we’ll unleash them.They don’t know what’s coming – hell is coming.
If they’re civilians in there, they’re in the wrong place at the wrong time”,
said Sergeant Sam Mortimer, U.S., Marines.(5)
So much for international law, with Tony Blair “shoulder to shoulder”, in crime.
Thus, there is certainly much that British governments offices may deem: “not in the public interest” – read: plenty to hide.
In November 2005, George Monbiot wrote in the (UK) Guardian,
“We know know the U.S., used thermobaric weapons (in Fallujah)”, that assault weapons the US marines were using were armed with warheads containing: “about 35% thermobaric novel explosive (NE) and 65% standard high explosive.”
How : “thermobaric”, “novel” and “explosive”, find their way in to the same sentence is one to ponder on.
Perhaps weapons manual authors are recruited from a home for the criminally insane.
The MK77 bombs used, acted like napalm, containing jet fuel and polystyrene, unleashed, the scalding gel sticks to victims.
The Iraqi Minister of Health described: “melted bodies” and fires that could not be extinguished with water.
He directly accused U.S., troops of using napalm, which the U.S., immediately denied.
Referring to the MK77s, military analyst, John Pike commented: “You can call it something other than napalm, but it’s napalm.”