WHERE DID THE BODIES GO FROM THE FIRST GULF WAR?

12/09/02

Our guest, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Patrick Sloyan reported about the Gulf War for Newsday in the early 1990s. He said that war was unusually bloodless - if you were a news consumer in the United States. He says that the Pentagon and the Bush administration made a concerted effort to keep reporters from the front lines of the war. Sloyan says roadblocks were put up to prevent journalists from depicting casualties on either side. In fact, he says that there is much evidence that thousands of Iraqi soldiers were buried alive in order to minimize the depictions of dead soldiers.

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