This video from the USA is about K.B.R. using putrified ice from corpse trucks for troops in Iraq for drinking water.
This video is called US Troops in Iraq talk about Halliburton & KBR.
From the New York Times in the USA:
After Deaths, U.S. Inspects Electric Work Done in Iraq
By JAMES RISEN
Published: July 1, 2008
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon has ordered electrical inspections of all buildings in Iraq maintained by KBR, a major military contractor, after the electrocutions of several United States service members.
Gen. David H. Petraeus, the American commander in Iraq, told Congress of the new inspections while also disclosing that at least 13 Americans had been electrocuted in Iraq since the war began. Previously, the Pentagon said that 12 had been electrocuted. In addition to those killed, many more service members have received painful shocks, Army officials say.
KBR, of course, used to be a subsidiary of Halliburton, the corporation of George W. Bush’s Vice President, Dick Cheney.
The New York Times article does not mention the number of Iraqi civilians killed or wounded by KBR’s deathly electricity. Very probably, numbers will be much bigger than the at least thirteen US American dead now officially admitted.
Update 14 July 2008: here.
Posted by: “Mike Hersh” email@example.com
Sat Jul 5, 2008 7:36 pm (PDT)
*”Healthcare NOT Warfare”*
As PDA board member Norman Solomon pointed out in this article http://pdamerica.org/articles/news/2008-03-05-12-05-43-news.php
“nearly one in six Americans has no health insurance, and tens of millions of others are woefully under-insured–while the war in Iraq continues to further skew the U.S. government’s budget priorities.”
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The time has come to redirect unnecessary and wasteful military spending to meeting human needs.
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