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Kunduz Hospital Airstrike by US. Washington Admits they Did it. Gravest Violation of Intern. Law. It Was Deliberate, It Wasn’t “Collateral Damage”

By Medecins Sans Frontieres
Global Research, October 06, 2015

On Saturday 3 October 2015 the MSF Trauma centre in Kunduz was hit several times during sustained bombing by coalition forces, and was very badly damaged.

Twelve staff members and at least 10 patients, including three children, were killed; 37 people were injured including 19 staff members.

US government admits their airstrike hit hospital

“Today the US government has admitted that it was their airstrike that hit our hospital in Kunduz and killed 22 patients and MSF staff. Their description of the attack keeps changing – from collateral damage, to a tragic incident, to now attempting to pass responsibility to the Afghanistan government.

The reality is the US dropped those bombs. The US hit a huge hospital full of wounded patients and MSF staff. The US military remains responsible for the targets it hits, even though it is part of a coalition.

There can be no justification for this horrible attack. With such constant discrepancies in the US and Afghan accounts of what happened, the need for a full transparent independent investigation is ever more critical.” – Christopher Stokes, General Director, Médecins Sans Frontières

It is with deep sadness that we confirm so far the death of twelve MSF staff during the bombing of MSF’s hospital in Kunduz. Latest update is that 37 people were seriously wounded during the bombing, of whom 19 are MSF staff. Some of the most critically injured are being transferred for stabilisation to a hospital in Puli Khumri, 2 hours’ drive away. There are many patients and staff who remain unaccounted for. The numbers keep growing as we develop a clearer picture of the aftermath of this horrific bombing.

This attack constitutes a grave violation of International Humanitarian Law.

MSF condemns in the strongest possible terms the horrific bombing of its hospital in Kunduz full of staff and patients.

All indications currently point to the bombing being carried out by international Coalition forces. MSF demands a full and transparent account from the Coalition regarding its aerial bombing activities over Kunduz on Saturday morning.

MSF had informed all fighting parties of hospital GPS coordinates.

Read more here:
[link to www.msf.org]
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...and what will be done about it?
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...and what will be done about it?
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After we lose the war, Putin and the Chinese will convene a war crimes tribunal and dish out the appropriate punishments.



History repeats.

Again.
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American Justice Needed!!! THE SPECIAL OPERATIONS GENERAL RESPONSIBLE FOR THE KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN HOSPITAL BOMBING

LET THIS TRAITOR KNOW WHAT YOU THINK OF HIM AUTHORIZING THE BOMBING OF THE DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS HOSPITAL!!!

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They were just sending a message to doctors without borders
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Apaches don't open up until given clearance. So if someone's at fault, its a commander or a lawyer.
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wasnt cnn executive news director fired for saying US military was intentionally targeting journalists during iraq invasion .... barnie frank stood up and denounced him, later he was fired
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The Dr's were against the TPP....and made it public....DAMN!!!!

TPP will raise drug prices world wide

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This attack constitutes a grave violation of International Humanitarian Law.

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I blame Hillary Clinton for every possible war crime.
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They were just sending a message to doctors without borders
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Yup! Those commie-isis-mexican-BRICS-muslims-gays-climate deniers need some democracy.


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...and what will be done about it?
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After we lose the war, Putin and the Chinese will convene a war crimes tribunal and dish out the appropriate punishments.



History repeats.

Again.
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It looks like Nazi's hanging civilians which from what I've researched is most likely the way it happened.
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Kunduz Hospital Airstrike by US. Washington Admits they Did it. Gravest Violation of Intern. Law. It Was Deliberate, It Wasn’t “Collateral Damage”

By Medecins Sans Frontieres
Global Research, October 06, 2015

On Saturday 3 October 2015 the MSF Trauma centre in Kunduz was hit several times during sustained bombing by coalition forces, and was very badly damaged.

Twelve staff members and at least 10 patients, including three children, were killed; 37 people were injured including 19 staff members.

US government admits their airstrike hit hospital

“Today the US government has admitted that it was their airstrike that hit our hospital in Kunduz and killed 22 patients and MSF staff. Their description of the attack keeps changing – from collateral damage, to a tragic incident, to now attempting to pass responsibility to the Afghanistan government.

The reality is the US dropped those bombs. The US hit a huge hospital full of wounded patients and MSF staff. The US military remains responsible for the targets it hits, even though it is part of a coalition.

There can be no justification for this horrible attack. With such constant discrepancies in the US and Afghan accounts of what happened, the need for a full transparent independent investigation is ever more critical.” – Christopher Stokes, General Director, Médecins Sans Frontières

It is with deep sadness that we confirm so far the death of twelve MSF staff during the bombing of MSF’s hospital in Kunduz. Latest update is that 37 people were seriously wounded during the bombing, of whom 19 are MSF staff. Some of the most critically injured are being transferred for stabilisation to a hospital in Puli Khumri, 2 hours’ drive away. There are many patients and staff who remain unaccounted for. The numbers keep growing as we develop a clearer picture of the aftermath of this horrific bombing.

This attack constitutes a grave violation of International Humanitarian Law.

MSF condemns in the strongest possible terms the horrific bombing of its hospital in Kunduz full of staff and patients.

All indications currently point to the bombing being carried out by international Coalition forces. MSF demands a full and transparent account from the Coalition regarding its aerial bombing activities over Kunduz on Saturday morning.

MSF had informed all fighting parties of hospital GPS coordinates.

Read more here:
[link to www.msf.org]
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This administration is trying to get us all killed, because they know if the public finds out the truth about them, there will be no place for them to hide.Why do you think they want to bring the U.N. in to collect our last line of defense?
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I wouldn't call 60 people a HUGE hospital at all. Hell, my ER holds that many.

I just don't understand why the do-gooders always enter the war zone, hot zone, etc and think they are immune to their surroundings. I hate that people died, I really do, but they know the danger and they choose to go anyway.
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...and what will be done about it?
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After we lose the war, Putin and the Chinese will convene a war crimes tribunal and dish out the appropriate punishments.



History repeats.

Again.
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It needs to be done. There are a lot of hated birds hiding in this cage. They need to be dragged out and hanged
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bin laden supposedly wasn't in afghanistan. Seems it's all about the heroin
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wasnt cnn executive news director fired for saying US military was intentionally targeting journalists during iraq invasion .... barnie frank stood up and denounced him, later he was fired
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This is much much worse.
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The Dr's were against the TPP....and made it public....DAMN!!!!

TPP will raise drug prices world wide
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...and what will be done about it?
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After we lose the war, Putin and the Chinese will convene a war crimes tribunal and dish out the appropriate punishments.



History repeats.

Again.
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A few Nazis, a bunch of collaborators.

Karma-wise, the victims are the lucky ones, by far.
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Russia Is Bombing Ambulances in Syria
[link to www.nytimes.com]

Russian air strikes hit hospitals in Syria claims NGO
[link to www.ibtimes.co.uk]

Russians blamed for attack on Syrian hospital
[link to www.thestar.com]

Suspected Russian strikes hit near Turkish border
Activists say hospital in Latakia province suffers damage, amid concerns that many of Moscow's targets are civilians.

[link to www.aljazeera.com]
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Kunduz Hospital Airstrike by US. Washington Admits they Did it. Gravest Violation of Intern. Law. It Was Deliberate, It Wasn’t “Collateral Damage”

By Medecins Sans Frontieres
Global Research, October 06, 2015

On Saturday 3 October 2015 the MSF Trauma centre in Kunduz was hit several times during sustained bombing by coalition forces, and was very badly damaged.

Twelve staff members and at least 10 patients, including three children, were killed; 37 people were injured including 19 staff members.

US government admits their airstrike hit hospital

“Today the US government has admitted that it was their airstrike that hit our hospital in Kunduz and killed 22 patients and MSF staff. Their description of the attack keeps changing – from collateral damage, to a tragic incident, to now attempting to pass responsibility to the Afghanistan government.

The reality is the US dropped those bombs. The US hit a huge hospital full of wounded patients and MSF staff. The US military remains responsible for the targets it hits, even though it is part of a coalition.

There can be no justification for this horrible attack. With such constant discrepancies in the US and Afghan accounts of what happened, the need for a full transparent independent investigation is ever more critical.” – Christopher Stokes, General Director, Médecins Sans Frontières

It is with deep sadness that we confirm so far the death of twelve MSF staff during the bombing of MSF’s hospital in Kunduz. Latest update is that 37 people were seriously wounded during the bombing, of whom 19 are MSF staff. Some of the most critically injured are being transferred for stabilisation to a hospital in Puli Khumri, 2 hours’ drive away. There are many patients and staff who remain unaccounted for. The numbers keep growing as we develop a clearer picture of the aftermath of this horrific bombing.

This attack constitutes a grave violation of International Humanitarian Law.

MSF condemns in the strongest possible terms the horrific bombing of its hospital in Kunduz full of staff and patients.

All indications currently point to the bombing being carried out by international Coalition forces. MSF demands a full and transparent account from the Coalition regarding its aerial bombing activities over Kunduz on Saturday morning.

MSF had informed all fighting parties of hospital GPS coordinates.

Read more here:
[link to www.msf.org]
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Who would of thunk? It was clear long ago..
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I wouldn't call 60 people a HUGE hospital at all. Hell, my ER holds that many.

I just don't understand why the do-gooders always enter the war zone, hot zone, etc and think they are immune to their surroundings. I hate that people died, I really do, but they know the danger and they choose to go anyway.
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Do you think they went there to help innocent civilians (women and children) knowing the US gov would target them? Afterwards, so the story goes, the Americans went into the ruin,s of the hosp, and rolled over it with a tank. Wonder why?
Brave people try to help others ... even in hot zones ... I hope you never find yourself in a similar position ... hoping someone will be brave enough to help you.
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to win wars it means to dissolve everything
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I wouldn't call 60 people a HUGE hospital at all. Hell, my ER holds that many.

I just don't understand why the do-gooders always enter the war zone, hot zone, etc and think they are immune to their surroundings. I hate that people died, I really do, but they know the danger and they choose to go anyway.
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Do you think they went there to help innocent civilians (women and children) knowing the US gov would target them? Afterwards, so the story goes, the Americans went into the ruin,s of the hosp, and rolled over it with a tank. Wonder why?
Brave people try to help others ... even in hot zones ... I hope you never find yourself in a similar position ... hoping someone will be brave enough to help you.
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I wouldn't call 60 people a HUGE hospital at all. Hell, my ER holds that many.

I just don't understand why the do-gooders always enter the war zone, hot zone, etc and think they are immune to their surroundings. I hate that people died, I really do, but they know the danger and they choose to go anyway.
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Do you think they went there to help innocent civilians (women and children) knowing the US gov would target them? Afterwards, so the story goes, the Americans went into the ruin,s of the hosp, and rolled over it with a tank. Wonder why?
Brave people try to help others ... even in hot zones ... I hope you never find yourself in a similar position ... hoping someone will be brave enough to help you.
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I wouldn't call 60 people a HUGE hospital at all. Hell, my ER holds that many.

I just don't understand why the do-gooders always enter the war zone, hot zone, etc and think they are immune to their surroundings. I hate that people died, I really do, but they know the danger and they choose to go anyway.
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Do you think they went there to help innocent civilians (women and children) knowing the US gov would target them? Afterwards, so the story goes, the Americans went into the ruin,s of the hosp, and rolled over it with a tank. Wonder why?
Brave people try to help others ... even in hot zones ... I hope you never find yourself in a similar position ... hoping someone will be brave enough to help you.
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Yes, I do think they went there to help innocent citizens knowing they would be targets of someone, not necessarily the US. You are the exact type of person I am talking about. They were in a FUCKING WAR ZONE, not a resort somewhere. They knew there was a risk when they CHOSE to go there. Brave, yes, stupid, yes. When is the last time you decided to go to the inner city ghetto at night to help people? I do it on the regular because I am an ER nurse in a Level 1 trauma center in the inner city. I know the risks when I have to walk from my car into the building after dark since I work the night shift. I do it anyway to help people. Yeah, keep flapping your gums about things you don't know shit about.
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bin laden supposedly wasn't in afghanistan. Seems it's all about the heroin
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This attack constitutes a grave violation of International Humanitarian Law.

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One of these days our "enemies" will be in a position to extract justice.

The Amerikan Reich is on it's last legs.

The collapse will come suddenly. And the world will have changed.
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I wouldn't call 60 people a HUGE hospital at all. Hell, my ER holds that many.

I just don't understand why the do-gooders always enter the war zone, hot zone, etc and think they are immune to their surroundings. I hate that people died, I really do, but they know the danger and they choose to go anyway.
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Do you think they went there to help innocent civilians (women and children) knowing the US gov would target them? Afterwards, so the story goes, the Americans went into the ruin,s of the hosp, and rolled over it with a tank. Wonder why?
Brave people try to help others ... even in hot zones ... I hope you never find yourself in a similar position ... hoping someone will be brave enough to help you.
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I wouldn't call 60 people a HUGE hospital at all. Hell, my ER holds that many.

I just don't understand why the do-gooders always enter the war zone, hot zone, etc and think they are immune to their surroundings. I hate that people died, I really do, but they know the danger and they choose to go anyway.
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Do you think they went there to help innocent civilians (women and children) knowing the US gov would target them? Afterwards, so the story goes, the Americans went into the ruin,s of the hosp, and rolled over it with a tank. Wonder why?
Brave people try to help others ... even in hot zones ... I hope you never find yourself in a similar position ... hoping someone will be brave enough to help you.
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People like this deserve whatever inevitably happens to them.

And it will happen.
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This was a horrible tragedy, that being said, we don't need any International investigation, so take your anti-US propaganda and shove it up your pinko commie shill ass.
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This attack constitutes a grave violation of International Humanitarian Law.

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One of these days our "enemies" will be in a position to extract justice.

The Amerikan Reich is on it's last legs.

The collapse will come suddenly. And the world will have changed.
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I hope you are not American, if you are, I swear I would punch you in the dick.





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