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SYMPTOMS OF MILITARY TORT REFORM IN IRAQ


By Tom Flocco [ http://www.tomflocco.com ]

Tank Driver's Death Certificate Consistent With Depleted Uranium Poisoning.

Medical Indications Raise Questions Whether Pentagon Misled Congress and Families of Dead Soldiers by Employing 'Pneumonia' and 'Cigarette-Smoking' Claims

To Cover Up Prior-Knowledge Of DU Safety Issues and Negligence Military officials will not discuss DU ties to ill and dead soldiers.

But parents and spouses with legitimate thoughts of legal action linked to negligent troop deaths recently heard President Bush reiterate his quest for tort reform against "junk lawsuits."

Bush was asking aggrieved Americans to "learn to differentiate between politics and reality" in filing their frivolous civil actions. (10-28-2003, Press Conference, White House Rose Garden)

However, growing evidence and cause-of-death symptom interpretations point to a White House strategy to head off inevitable military tort claims against the government.

This, as George W. attempts to convince Congress to provide a shield of "tort reform" protection around defense industry corporate contractors--key providers of presidential and congressional fiduciary encouragement.

Curiously, around 500 died in Gulf War I; but nearly 10,000 are now dead--in the prime of life--just 12 years later. READ MORE…
http://www.tomflocco.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=21


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