In April 2004, during Operation Iraqi Freedom, U.S. Marine Corps. Corporal Jason Dunham sacrificed his
life by using his helmet to cover a hand grenade dropped by an insurgent. His spontaneous action
saved the lives of two fellow Marines.
Corporal Dunham sustained serious injuries from the blast and died eight days later. He served with
Company K, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment.
The newly refurbished Fallujah Bridge. The bridge made headlines
in 2004 when four Blackwater employees' bodies were
hung from the bridge. The bridge was re-dedicated April 5, 2008.
After years of war the bridge was badly in need of repair. A joint Iraqi and Marine Corps team spearheaded the refurbishment.
You've all read it... "A statement claiming resposibility for the
attack - posted on an Islamic website -...(bla, bla, bla)..." Why not just give the name of the fucking
so-called "Islamic website"?
Could it be that there really is no such so-called "Islamic website"? Whether or not there is such a
so-called "Islamic website"
is not the point.
If there is such a so-called "Islamic website", then why not give the address for it? What is there to hide? If
there is no so-called
"Islamic website" then BIG THANKS (big thanks anyways) to those at
The Nausea who make it their
mission get a copy of
"words uttered and graphic, 'hardcore' images and video shot" and who post copies of them on their
site here. Just like you enjoy
listening to the version of events as told to you by certain US agents, so too, will you
enjoy listening to the version of events as told to you by certain Iraqi taxpayers.
US agents promise a bounty of 2,500 US Federal Reseve Note fiat currency units
for any information
leading to the apprehension of Iraqi Taxpayers who had attack US agents. For certain Afghan taxpayers,
payment in gold
is required - in order to entice.
March 18, 2004, Update: US Agent John Quincy Adams, in his 37th year on planet earth,
who says he as now been dwelling on the
landmass called Florida for the past six months with shrapnel lodged in his brain,
(before that he was on the landmass called Iraq), 'is among' the 3,241 US agents wounded
while dwelling on the landmass called Iraq, 'in addition to' the 564 US agents who have died.
"The A-10's Uranium-cannon fire (designed primarily
for use against agents in tanks) sounds
like heavy wooden
furniture being moved in an empty room, a kind of final
groan, before the rounds hit their target. When they did, the red-painted 'ministry' - a gaunt and sinister
building beside the
Jumhuriya Bridge over the Tigris that
I have always suspected to be an
'intelligence headquarters' - lit up with a thousand red and orange pin-points of light."