Actual video clips (click image to fill screen) from the Italian Documentary, 'Fallujah - the hidden massacre' show charred remains of female victims and an interview with a former US GI.
Mohamad Tareq, a biologist who was in Fallujah, reported in the film, "A rain of fire fell on the city, the people struck by this multicolored substance started to burn. We found people dead with strange wounds, the bodies burned but the clothes intact."
The documentary reports that Manifesto reporter Giulana Sgrena said, "I gathered accounts of the use of phosphorus and napalm from a few Fallujah refugees whom I met before being kidnapped," who was kidnapped in Fallujah last February, in a recorded interview. I wanted to get the story out, but my kidnappers would not permit it.
The suppression of this story gets darker when one considers that Sgrena was wounded by American troops at the same time that Italian intelligence agent Nicola Calipari was killed by the US troops. The Italian people and government have opposed the war in Iraq.
In the US, Massey, author of a book published in France, Kill, Kill, Kill is being Swift-boated by "fellow GIs and the mainstream media are reporting that he has never actually witnessed what he's reported.
The US military has denied the accusations as "disinformation.