Weapon of mass destruction used
The New York Times and "Liberal Media" Helped Sell the Iraq War
WMD: Weapons of Mass Deception
Published on Mar 8, 2013
Directed by MediaChannel Editor-in-Chief, Danny Schechter
This documentary is about the media itself, viewed as a weapon system: Weapons of Mass Deception. Those weapons drove a media war, a war that many now believe perverted freedom of the press in order to manipulate public support for a real war.
NY Times Editor Regrets Coverage of Iraq WMDs
Iraq War Archive - The Weapons of Mass Destruction 1 of 2-
Uploaded on Jun 15, 2011
raq War Archive - The Weapons of Mass Destruction 1 of 2 - BBC 10 Days to War Documentary Series, Recorded March 2008
UNHCR Fallujah, Iraq: Life in Limbo
Uploaded on Mar 27, 2008
Despite a decrease in violence in Iraq, millions of people remain displaced. This is the story of 50 displaced families living in a former hospital in the central Iraqi city of Fallujah.
War in Fallujah Documentary (Part 1
a documentary about war in Fallujah (Iraq)
Fault Lines - Iraq: After the Americans - Part 1
In keeping with Barack Obama's presidential campaign promise, the US has withdrawn its troops from Iraq and by the end of 2012 US spending in Iraq will be just five per cent of what it was at its peak in 2008.
In a special two-part series, Fault Lines travels across Iraq to take the pulse of a country and its people after nine years of foreign occupation and nation-building.
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Investigations On WMD Lies That Led To Iraq War
Uploaded on Feb 18, 2011
US Army Uses White Phosphorus as a Weapon
Following pressure from former Labour MP Alice Mahon, the British Ministry of Defence confirmed the use of MK77 (New and improved Napalm) by US forces during the initial invasion of Iraq. The Guardian, Tuesday 22 November 2005: ...there is hard evidence that white phosphorus was deployed as a weapon against combatants in Falluja. As the Guardian revealed last Tuesday, US infantry officers confessed that they had used it to flush out insurgents. A Pentagon spokesman told the BBC that white phosphorus "was used as an incendiary weapon against enemy combatants". He claimed "it is not a chemical weapon. They are not outlawed or illegal." This denial has been accepted by most of the mainstream media.