Monday, November 01, 2004

Scott Ritter

I was a bit shocked to say the least when figures came into the news the other day, putting the civilian death count of the Iraqi invasion at 100,000 innocents. I had always found a much lower figure on other internet sites of between 15-20,000. That's a staggering number, and in this article, Scott Ritter reminds those of us who form the democratic franchises of the two countries that started the war about the guilt we should assume.