US Casualties Down In Iraq

Is it because Gen. Betrayus decided not to report them? Seems likethe incident described herewas pretty devastating, yet no deaths or injuries were reported.

A U.S. army armored vehicle was completely destroyed when an explosive charge went off near a patrol vehicle in eastern Baghdad, Iraqi police said on Monday.

“An explosive device planted by unknown gunmen in Falasteen Street blew up at a late hour on Sunday evening, totally destroying a U.S. Hummer-modeled vehicle that was passing the location,” an official security source, who requested anonymity, told the independent news agency Voices of Iraq (VOI).

The source did not indicate whether any casualties were reported on the U.S. side, but said that U.S. forces sealed off the scene immediately after the blast.

No comment was available from the U.S. army on the incident.

3 thoughts on “US Casualties Down In Iraq

  1. MapleStreet says:

    As every good government employee knows (and in my case, ex-employee): If you didn’t do the paperwork it didn’t exist.

  2. pansypoo says:

    give it time.

  3. nick says:

    I figure it’s more like the old G.I. Joe cartoons. The soldiers ejector-seated out just in time. No one dies and the explosions are spectacular.
    Knowing is half the battle.

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