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Questions raised about Marine deaths at an-Nasiriyah

Eric Longabardi of reports on exclusive photos from the battle at an-Nasiriyah in Iraq. Additional photographs used in the Pentagon's investigation were obtained by through a FOIA request. The battle, in which 18 Marines were killed, is the largest single loss of American troops since the beginning of the war in Iraq. While the official Pentagon investigation states that this was a "friendly fire" incident, it also concludes that no Marines were killed by "friendly fire." According to a PRWire release, "The non-official photos obtained by and additional exclusive investigative reporting indicate something other than the Pentagon's official explanation happened and nine US Marines lost their lives that day due to a deadly sequence of errors."

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