Skip to comments.YOU MUST SEE THIS KILL... You'll feel better afterwards!
Posted on 09/22/2004 10:23:04 AM PDT by crushelits
OUR TROOPS IN ACTION! YOU MUST SEE THIS!
Click here: to See
Abu Musab (DOG) al-Zarqawi.
Someone else tell us if it is safe.
Click below the helicoper:
This has been around for about a year -- many of us are very familiar with it. I agree it's interesting -- those who haven't seen it might want to have a look.
Safe and worth the viewing.
I enjoyed it several times during my lunch.
> Someone else tell us if it is safe.
It is, but it's also not new.
My copy was downloaded in January.
It's also truncated, unless this is the full-length
version that shows why the helo crew was watching
these perps to begin with.
Many Freepers have not seen it!
Link is broken.
TO DOWNLOAD USE FlashGet.
Takes a long time to download. I wonder about our soldiers (any soldiers) that can be so calculated about killing. I know this is a necessary evil to fight evil... its just so hard to watch. Not desensitized enough, I guess.
What's posted here is only about half of the video that was acquired by ABC news. (I have the full 35MB version.)
The first half of the video clearly shows these Iraqis dropping cylindrical objects into a field near a roadway. The voice on the radio says they're sure the objects are weapons -- to me they look like RPG rounds.
The crew of the aircraft would have a much better view of the situation than what gets captured on video tape, so I believe their reports about the objects.
(A few libs have tried to say this tape shows our guys blowing hapless, peaceful Iraqi farmers. I don't believe that for a second.)
Bump to see later.
I give up. None of these links seem to be working.
I think the good guys killed Zarqawi's top aides last week.
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