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Blood on Obama's hands

Barack Obama is the Commander-In-Chief of the U.S. armed forces. This thread is dedicated to reports on murders for which he is responsible.

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Suspected U.S. missile kills at least 20 in Pakistan[/color][/url]

</p> <p>This is just as Obama boasted he would do on August 1, 2007:</p> <p>[quote wrote:
When I am President, we will wage the war that has to be won, with a comprehensive strategy with five elements: getting out of Iraq and [b]on to the right battlefield in Afghanistan and Pakistan[/b]; ...


Pakistan must make substantial progress in closing down the training camps, evicting foreign fighters, and preventing the Taliban from using Pakistan as a staging area for attacks in Afghanistan. [...] It was a terrible mistake to fail to act when we had a chance to take out an al Qaeda leadership meeting in 2005. If we have actionable intelligence about high-value terrorist targets and President Musharraf won't act, we will.

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According to the Associated Press weekly tallies of US military deaths in Iraq, at least 14 more have occurred since the Obomba inauguration, up to February 13.


I guess it was a bullseye, but chances are there were some civilians killed as well, as the numbers don't add up. I don't know much about weapons so how is this actually done.


Key Afghan Taleban chief 'killed'


"Mullah Dastagir and Mullah Baz Mohammad, two big Taleban commanders and eight of their men were killed in the air strike by the coalition forces," news agency AFP quoted him as saying.

The pair were top Taleban leaders in the province, he said.

The Afghan defence ministry said there may have been as many as 12 deaths in the incident.

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Unionist][url=<a href="]">]</a> [color=red]<br />Suspected U.S. missile kills at least 20 in Pakistan[/color][/url][quote]</p> <p>The CBC has now amended the article to say "at least 27" killed.</p> <p>And the [url=<a href="][u]New">][u]New</a> York Times[/u][/url] says it was "more than 30".</p> <p> </p> <p>[url=<a href="][color=mediumblue][u]A">][color=mediumblu...</a> similar attack occurred three weeks ago:[/u][/color][/url] </p> <p>[quote wrote:
Twenty people, majority of them local tribesmen, were killed and several others were injured in two different missile strikes by US drones in North and South Waziristan tribal agencies on Friday evening, the first such attacks after the takeover by Barack Obama as the US president.

In the first incident, 10 people were killed and several others injured when a US drone fired three Hellfire missiles on a Hujra (male guest house) of Khalil Dawar in Zyaraki village of North Waziristan. According to sources, two spy planes were seen flying over the Mirali town during the strike.

The guest house adjacent to Khalil’s house in Zyaraki village, five kilometres west of Mirali, was razed to the ground in the attack.

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In a second major strike in [the] last four days, the US drones targeted a Taliban hideout in Pakistan's restive Kurram tribal region, killing at least 15 people and wounding several others.

[Thanks to North Report for the tip.] 

ETA: [url=][... Guardian says it was 30 killed.[/u][/color][/url]