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casualty-producing

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  • A high-level US official with first-hand knowledge of all aspects of neutralizing Gaddafi's WMD programs dispatched with those fears in a recent conversation: "In terms of it being an efficient mass casualty-producing weapon -- forget it," he told me he requested anonymity because details of the program remain classified.

    Michael Bronner: Civil War (Hold the Mustard...)

  • A high-level US official with first-hand knowledge of all aspects of neutralizing Gaddafi's WMD programs dispatched with those fears in a recent conversation: "In terms of it being an efficient mass casualty-producing weapon -- forget it," he told me he requested anonymity because details of the program remain classified.

    Michael Bronner: Civil War (Hold the Mustard...)

  • It means the potential of a weapon of mass destruction and a terrorist, massive, casualty-producing event somewhere in the Western world – it may be in the United States of America – that causes our population to question our own Constitution and to begin to militarize our country in order to avoid a repeat of another mass, casualty-producing event.

    Matthew Yglesias » Sowell’s Coup

  • And they don't cordon off these areas, they don't have large areas of perimeters, and so they were simply able to drive right up to the front and explode through a casualty-producing device a bomb, and then move in very fast.

    CNN Transcript Jun 14, 2008

  • Former CentCom Commander General Tommy Franks did it in an interview in December, 2003 saying "another mass, casualty-producing event" would result in the Constitution being suspended and martial law declared - in other words, the end of the Republic officially replaced by tyranny.

    Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky's America's War on Terrorism

  • This one, like all others, was months in the making needing only what former CentCom Commander General Tommy Franks called a "terrorist, massive, casualty-producing event" to arouse enough public anger for the Bush administration to launch it after declaring their "war on terrorism."

    Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky's America's War on Terrorism

  • Former CentCom Commander General Tommy Franks did it in an interview in December, 2003 saying "another mass, casualty-producing event" would result in the Constitution being suspended and martial law declared - in other words, the end of the Republic officially replaced by tyranny.

    Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky's America's War on Terrorism

  • This one, like all others, was months in the making needing only what CentCom Commander General Tommy Franks called a "terrorist, massive, casualty-producing event" to arouse enough public anger for the Bush administration to launch it after declaring their "war on terrorism."

    Terrorism Defined

  • This one, like all others, was months in the making needing only what former CentCom Commander General Tommy Franks called a "terrorist, massive, casualty-producing event" to arouse enough public anger for the Bush administration to launch it after declaring their "war on terrorism."

    Reviewing Michel Chossudovsky's America's War on Terrorism

  • This one, like all others, was months in the making needing only what CentCom Commander General Tommy Franks called a "terrorist, massive, casualty-producing event" to arouse enough public anger for the Bush administration to launch it after declaring their "war on terrorism."

    Terrorism Defined

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