The Prosecution of Bush, Obama, and the Neoconservatives for Murder, Torture, and Sodomy 2

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Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 | Posted by

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The Obama administration has repeatedly declared that drone strikes have caused next to zero civilian casualties, but a rigorous and extensive study done by Stanford Law School and New York University’s School of Law showed the opposite. The report meticulously declared that,

“from June 2004 through mid-September 2012, available data indicate that drone strikes killed 2,562 – 3,325 people in Pakistan, of whom 474 – 881 were civilians, including 176 children…these strikes also injured an additional 1,228 – 1,362 individuals.”

The report continued, “Before this [the people] were all very happy. But after these drones attacks a lot of people are victims and have lost members of their family. A lot of them, they have mental illnesses.”

Therefore, “real threats to U.S. security and to Pakistani civilians exist in the Pakistani border areas now targeted by drones.  In 2009, drone strikes in al-Majala in Southern Yemen took the lives of 14 women and 21 children.  ***Continue

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  1. Reblogged this on Lissa's Humane Life and commented:

    Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 | Posted by Jonas E. Alexis

    The Obama administration has repeatedly declared that drone strikes have caused next to zero civilian casualties, but a rigorous and extensive study done by Stanford Law School and New York University’s School of Law showed the opposite. The report meticulously declared that,

    “from June 2004 through mid-September 2012, available data indicate that drone strikes killed 2,562 – 3,325 people in Pakistan, of whom 474 – 881 were civilians, including 176 children…these strikes also injured an additional 1,228 – 1,362 individuals.”

    The report continued, “Before this [the people] were all very happy. But after these drones attacks a lot of people are victims and have lost members of their family. A lot of them, they have mental illnesses.”

    Therefore, “real threats to U.S. security and to Pakistani civilians exist in the Pakistani border areas now targeted by drones. In 2009, drone strikes in al-Majala in Southern Yemen took the lives of 14 women and 21 children. ***Continue

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  2. Reblogged this on Lissa's Humane Life and commented:

    Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 | Posted by Jonas E. Alexis

    The Obama administration has repeatedly declared that drone strikes have caused next to zero civilian casualties, but a rigorous and extensive study done by Stanford Law School and New York University’s School of Law showed the opposite. The report meticulously declared that,

    “from June 2004 through mid-September 2012, available data indicate that drone strikes killed 2,562 – 3,325 people in Pakistan, of whom 474 – 881 were civilians, including 176 children…these strikes also injured an additional 1,228 – 1,362 individuals.”

    The report continued, “Before this [the people] were all very happy. But after these drones attacks a lot of people are victims and have lost members of their family. A lot of them, they have mental illnesses.”

    Therefore, “real threats to U.S. security and to Pakistani civilians exist in the Pakistani border areas now targeted by drones. In 2009, drone strikes in al-Majala in Southern Yemen took the lives of 14 women and 21 children. ***Continue

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