Pentagon Admits Major Investigation Flaw: They Rarely Talk to Air Strike Witnesses or Victims

By Sarah Knuckey, Ole Solvang, Jonathan Horowitz and Radhya Almutawakel Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 2:55 PM In a transcript of a Pentagon Press Briefing, released this week by Airwars, Central Command’s Deputy Director for Operations made a striking admission about U.S. investigations into civilian casualties in Syria:
Q: Okay. So, you didn’t talk to anybody on the ground and nobody visited the site. Is that — that correct, right? GEN. BONTRAGER: That is correct, Bill, and that’s common. It’s a rare thing with strikes like this that we can get on the ground in person, or that we can talk to anybody on the ground is not uncommon at all.
read more at summary via R3publican

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.