What Happened at Haditha?

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In November, U.S. Marines allegedly killed two dozen Iraqis, including women and children. Most, if not all, were unarmed. Military sources claim that evidence shows there were mitigating circumstances. Iraqi eyewitnesses claim that the Marines simply went on a rampage. Guests explore the investigation into the Haditha deaths and talk about how the military conducts these kinds of inquiries.

Michael Duffy, assistant managing editor Time magazine

David Price, retired navy JAG lawyer; currently with the law firm McCormack and Associates

Paul Camacho, professor, director of special projects at William Joiner Center for the Study of War and Social Consequence, University of Massachusetts



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