SHOCKING: Top secret video shows US helicopter killing civilians in Iraq

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PRESS TV : New video shows US choppers mowing down Iraqis in 2007
A new footage of a classified US military video showing the killing of a dozen civilians in Baghdad in 2007 by helicopter gunships has been released.

The secret video, released by the whistleblower website WikiLeaks, shows US air crew hunting civilians in the streets of the Iraqi capital purportedly mistaking them for ‘insurgents.’

US military service members laughed and cursed at their victims that included Reuters photojournalist Namir Noor-Eldeen, and his driver, Saeed Chmagh, who appear unarmed.

The footage shows US forces repeatedly firing on a group of civilians and then on a van that stopped to rescue one of the wounded.

The US military says the killings were in line with the law of armed conflict and its own ‘rules of engagement.’

The video, shot from one of the two striking Apache helicopters, was obtained by Wikileaks despite the US Defense Department’s b… v=h6OTb5xeFHU&feature=email]

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