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128 Schnitzel8 Let's not forget that the US government supplies these guys with about $7,000,000,000 in military support annually.
184 airmc Wait, what. Bombing a school that has fucking kids inside of it is 'justified' because there's a an enemy soldier inside? Are they fucking serious?
15 Deranged_Kitsune "We have investigated ourselves and found ourselves innocent of wrongdoing. Since we consider ourselves entirely impartial with regards to our own actions, we can see nothing wrong with this conclusion."
85 fruitc How American of them.
16 APsWhoopinRoom Reminds me of when our cops investigate themselves and don't find that they did anything wrong
15 ViolentToucher Damn, I did not know Saudi also supported freedom and democracy, more power to them.
37 Ban-All-Advertising Even corporations have more morals than these guys.
7 R_Kely_P_N_on_U They learned well from their USA allies...
32 maya0nothere Its Saudi Arabia what do you folks expect! They get away with murder by bombing in Yemen, and murder by head cutting witches in chop chop square. Its the real price of oil. FILLER UP! Ethel.
9 Mnementh2230 "Hey, I need a few guys to sit on a rubber-stamp panel for a few hours and say we did nothing wrong..."
15 JonnyArtois Doing the USA proud.
7 autotldr This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original]( reduced by 77%. (I'm a bot) ***** > A panel set up by the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen to investigate civilian casualties found a series of deadly air strikes largely justified, citing the presence of armed militiamen at the homes, schools and clinics that were targeted. > Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has long been running the coalition fighting in Yemen as the country's defense minister, a title he still retains. > Speaking in the Saudi capital Riyadh on Tuesday, the panel's legal advisor, Mansour Ahmed al-Mansour, told journalists the coalition had made "An unintended mistake" in bombing a water well-drilling rig north of Yemen's capital Sanaa last year after confusing it with a ballistic missile launcher. ***** [**Extended Summary**]( | [FAQ]( "Version 1.65, ~209025 tl;drs so far.") | [Feedback]( "PM's and comments are monitored, constructive feedback is welcome.") | *Top* *keywords*: **coalition**^#1 **civilian**^#2 **Saudi**^#3 **Yemen**^#4 **strikes**^#5
3 flippedbird Amazing. I'm sure they were thorough and asked detailed questions.
5 Frankenstien23 Sounds about right
5 -x-y They are a major US ally. Of course they can simply "clear themselves". They have the US behind them supporting their attrocities, because Yemen sides with Iran.
7 CauseISaidSoThatsWhy They took a cue from American police departments, I see.
2 ionised Classic.
2 wifebeatsme If you're going to kill somebody in war you're going to kill somebody. Never did understand the Geneva Convention. Killing is sick.
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