Iraq Body Count

| April 14, 2003

Inspired by the work of Professor Marc Herold, who compiled the most accurate account of casualties in the war in Afghanistan, the Iraq Body Count web site counts the dead in the current war in Iraq not as a propaganda tool, but in order to sort out the conflicting?and often politicized?body counts. Still, U.S. citizens should understand how much destruction is being inflicted in their name. This is the only site that surveys both online media reports and eyewitness accounts?including 38 news network sources, ranging from Fox News to Al Jazeera. The site?s authors provide both minimum and maximum casualty numbers to account for both conservative and inflated claims.
?Nick Garafola

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