In 2003 some 72% of Americans fully supported the Abandoning of the Missions and those Sent to Accomplish so extremely Quickly after 9/11!!

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Sunday, October 3, 2010

MoD accused of cover-up.......

What did the rove teach his rovian re-visionist history lessons to the Brits while doing the reality of it here!

MoD accused of cover-up as it admits 'computer records from British forces' tours of Afghanistan are wiped when they return'

3rd October 2010 - Computer records from British forces' tours of Afghanistan are wiped when they return to the UK, the Ministry of Defence has admitted.

The department said it was "not possible" to give assurances that there were no longer gaps in the storage of information created on operations overseas.

A solicitor representing more than 100 Iraqis who claim they were abused by British troops said the military's failure to retain copies of electronic files from foreign deployments "smacked of cover-up".

The public inquiry into the death of hotel worker Baha Mousa, 26, in the custody of UK soldiers in southern Iraq in 2003 is looking at defence officials' record-keeping.

Inquiry staff have encountered difficulties in obtaining copies of commanders' directives and establishing who held what post at the time. {read rest}

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