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Shows featuring Spc. Garett Reppenhagen

  • Iraq War Vets Describe "Brutal Techniques" Used by U.S. Military Against Iraqi Civilians Reppenhagenbruhns7-12
    Two Iraq War veterans, Sgt. John Bruhns and Spc. Garett Reppenhagen, recount their experience in Iraq, particularly describe the brutal house raids they conducted on a regular basis in Iraq. Spc. Reppenhagen says, "You could see the frustration on [the Iraqis’] faces, the anger, the sadness, the worry, the fear. You know, it was very hard to see the faces of the Iraqi people when you...
    July 12, 2007 | Story
  • The Other War: Iraq Veterans Speak Out on Shocking Accounts of Attacks on Iraqi Civilians Laila_al_arian
    The Nation magazine has published a startling new exposé of 50 American combat veterans of the Iraq War who give vivid on-the-record accounts of the U.S. military occupation in Iraq and describe a brutal side of the war rarely seen on television screens or chronicled in newspaper accounts. The investigation marks the first time so many on-the-record, named eyewitnesses from within the U.S....
    July 12, 2007 | Story
  • THE MAYHEM INDEX .
    The Mayhem Index is a look at local TV newscasts. Amy is joined by a discussion about what’s on local TV with guest Paul Klite, from the Rocky Mountain Media Watch.
    May 21, 1997 | Story