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From owner-imap@chumbly.math.missouri.edu Tue Feb 25 11:00:21 2003
Date: Mon, 24 Feb 2003 15:22:26 -0600 (CST)
From: MUTANEX Communications <mutanex@wildmail.com>
Subject: US Govt. Concentration Camp Manual ::: Enemy Within
Organization: FutureWorks Earth Portal 2002
Article: 152590
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Gulf War Veterans Association has further evidence of Reischstag Syndrome by U.S. secret government & military agencies

American Gulf War Veterans Assoc., press release 19 Febuary 2003

For the past six years, the American Gulf War Veterans Association have received numerous reports from veterans stating that US forces were responsible for the setting of the oil well fires at the end of the Gulf War.

These testimonies are now being taken very seriously in light of recent revelations of the events that occurred during the first Gulf War.

One veteran has now stepped forward and given a detailed account of how he and others in special teams, moved forward of the front, (behind enemy lines ahead of US forces) and then set charges on the well heads. We were mustered into the briefing tent at which point a gentleman whom I first had thought to be an American began to brief us on the operation. I was concerned because he was not wearing a US uniform and insignias.

Joyce Riley, spokesperson for The American Gulf War Veterans Association is quoted as saying: There was intentional misinformation given to the American people to generate support for Desert Storm often created by advertising agencies such as Hill and Knowlton.

The American Gulf War Veterans Association is presently dissenting on the war and has been joined by The British Gulf War Veterans and Families Association.

Riley states that: Not only is it our opinion that the Department of Defense has not been forthcoming about the severity of our militarys illnesses, significant concern is now being raised over the causation as well.