READ ARTICLE :http://article.wn.com/view/2011/02/27/What_Must_Be_Known/
...... Five months later, the town of Haditha was the scene of a roadside bomb attack against a U.S. military patrol. What happened next conjures up memories of My Lai, as U.S. soldiers entered houses and indiscriminately killed entire families, including children as young as age two. Although the Pentagon attempted to conceal and falsify the massacre as a firefight with insurgents, it was confirmed that 24 innocent Iraqi civilians were slaughtered.
Rumsfeld's "shock and awe" against Haditha was not the exception. It was the rule. Earlier in 2004, U.S. troops left mass carnage after laying siege to and then attacking Falluja, Nasiriya and Najaf. Systematic torture and interrogation dungeons were also the rule at Abu Graib Prison, Guantanamo Bay, Bagram Air Base, and many other unknown black sites around the world. In 2006, a 14-year old Iraqi girl, Abeer Qassim Hamza al-Janbi, was brutally gang raped by several U.S. soldiers. Her body was then doused with flammable liquids and burned. Her family, a mother, father and seven-year old sister, were executed by the soldiers. It was about this time, 2006, that The Washington Post ran an article detailing a team of Iraqi and American doctors and scientists estimated that at least 655,000 Iraqis had been killed due to Rumsfeld's "shock and awe" campaign and his attempt to "liberate" Iraq. The report also believed over 1 million Iraqis had been injured and that several million were either homeless or refugees.
In his book, Known and Unknown, Rumsfeld does not mention this..................