Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal: Dahr Jamail Reporting on Fallujah, Iraq

The Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal is holding accountable – through video testimony of witnesses – U.S. weapons manufacturers who produce and sell products which attack and kill not only combatants but non-combatants as well. Each week the Tribunal issues a new video segment offering evidence of guilt for the commission of War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity.

In this video episode of the Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal we interview Dahr Jamail, one of the few American journalists independent of and unattached to U.S. military units in Iraq during the horrific battle of Fallujah. In this interview Dahr recounts the devastation caused by the relentless U.S. assault on this city. Dahr spent over a year reporting in Iraq between 2003-2011.

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Brad Wolf, a former lawyer, professor, and community college dean, is co-founder of Peace Action Network of Lancaster and writes for World BEYOND War. He is the author of the upcoming book on Philip Berrigan entitled A Ministry of Risk.