Video: Anonymous: US Drone Kills 13 Citizens part of Drone surge in Yemen ignored at home in U.S.

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Sanaa : Yemen | almost 2 years ago
Within the last eight days there have been four drone strikes in Yemen. In the same period 29 were killed. In total there have been almost 200 deaths this year from strikes. Only in cases...
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Anonymous: US Drone Kills 13 Citizens

/SCRIPT IS BELOW!!! Email for custom PC Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: Welcome to ChannelZero. We will bring the truth to the world. This is not a scam. We are a group help together by the principles of the world that are not being upheld Hello world. This is channel zero. We are anonymous. We are legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us. Welcome to our channel. We are bringing you a video today about some sickening information. This information is about a United states drone killing Innocent civilians in Yemen. Here is the facts. AUS drone strike targeting al Qaeda suspects in Yemen killed 13 civilians, including three women, three security officials in the restive Middle Eastern country. This was one of the very few times when our target was completely missed. It was a mistake, but we hope it will not hurt our anti terror efforts in the region, a senior Yemeni Defense Ministry official told CN N. The official asked not to be named because of the sensitivity of the issue. The United States typically does not comment on reports it has used unmanned aircraft to target terror suspects, but is widely believed to be doing so in Yemen, a key battleground against al Qaeda. Families of the victims closed main roads and vowed to retaliate. Hundreds of angry armed gunmen joined them and gave the government a 48 hour deadline to explain the killings, which took place on Sunday. Eyewitnesses said that <b>...</b>
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