A major military cover-up had been silenced…until now. Back in 2007, two Reuters journalists lost their lives due to a gargantuan-size American military flub up. But the military said they were right under their “Rules of Engagement,” according to WikiLeaks. The video has been authenticated by the U.S. Military as well.
The site, WikiLeaks, had been trying to get the video under the Freedom of Information Act, but to no avail they could not. But, now, with the assistance of a “whistle blower” they have it and somehow decoded the encryption to get in and make it obvious to the world that indeed the military was NOT correct to open fire on civilians.
Once the dust settled, the two Reuter’s journalists, Saeed Chmagh, 40, and Namir Noor-Eldeen,22, “considered one of the best war photographers in Iraq” were dead. The pilots were not responding to a Now their families will get closure on this tragedy that should’ve never happened. Over 100 journalists have been killed in Iraq since 2003. But not by friendly fire! Check it out here: