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VIOLENT RESPONSE:

THE U.S. ARMY IN AL-FALLUJA

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I. Summary and Introduction

II. Recommendations

III. Background: The Entry of U.S. Forces in al-Falluja

IV. April 28 School Protest and Shooting

V. Ballistic Evidence at the School

VI. Possible Provocateurs in the Crowd

VII. The Dead and Wounded

VIII. Arms Search the Following Day

IX. April 30 Shooting

X. The Investigation

XI. Attacks on U.S. Soldiers in May and June

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The al-Qa'id primary school in al-Falluja.

An al-Falluja man sits in front of death announcements.

An al-Falluja man with a photograph of his lost son.

A car shot-up by US soldiers during the protest on April 28, 2003.

An al-Falluja resident stands next to the bullet impact mark on a wall.

U.S. soldiers from the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment.

This father and son hold a photograph of their son and brother who was killed.

A boy in al-Falluja stands near a US military vehicle.

Anti-American banners like this one hang on al-Falluja's main street.

Acknowledgements

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