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US government admits to killing four American citizens with drones

22.05.2013 20:34

United States Attorney General Eric Holder has informed Congress that four American citizens have been killed in Yemen and Pakistan by US drones since 2009.

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Anonymous user 23.05.2013 13:17

Your the problem Fred ! you believe in their "BoogieMan" ; stop watching those scary movies ! geeeezz

 

Alan 23.05.2013 12:43

Traitor Eric Holder can admit to whatever he wants because he knows that nothing will be done about it. The real war mongering murderous US government can now expose itself with impunity right in your face America.

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 09:08

Really? Only 4kids..not 4000? Now come on, your drones killed more than that.

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 07:40

Why can't we be using our drones to kill eurotrash? They don't deserve to live.

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 06:43

It only matters when Americanos are killed, because they're the Master Race. Und - Sieg - Heil !

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 05:08

Why does it only matter when the person killed by a drone is a U.S. citizen?

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 04:29

admission to murder! proof toward conviction

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 04:10

By all measure the most tyrannical administration in US history. Throw him and his AG in jail now!

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 04:09

23.05.2013 01:58: So he is innocent because he is black? HE CONFESSED! Devils are their own color.

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 02:56

A killer who confesses is still a killer!

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