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Blood Money: US Well-Practiced in 'Apologizing for Carnage'

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Media reports in the days since the massacre of 16 civilians in Aghanistan have indirectly shed light on the callous realities of warfare: that the military has quantified the price of a life and believes that death can be compensated with blood money, and that the U.S. has "had a lot of practice at apologizing for carnage."

In a tongue-in-cheek post, Glenn Greewald notes that "our nation's government is so practiced in 'apologizing for carnage' that it's becoming a perfected art."

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