Comments:U.S. military denies reports helicopter opened fire on Libyan civilians during rescue mission

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Comments from feedback form - "An Osprey is noy a Helicopter."016:13, 8 April 2011
Comments from feedback form - "no refs"116:38, 31 March 2011
Comments from feedback form - "why no inline citations like w..."216:38, 31 March 2011
bunch of liars102:25, 24 March 2011

Comments from feedback form - "An Osprey is noy a Helicopter."

An Osprey is noy a Helicopter.

Tadpole256 (talk)16:13, 8 April 2011

Comments from feedback form - "no refs"

no refs

THE FOUNDERS INTENT PRAISE12:27, 24 March 2011

See above; refs are evil.

Brian McNeil / talk16:38, 31 March 2011
 

Comments from feedback form - "why no inline citations like w..."

why no inline citations like wikipedia? fails my sniff test verifiability, etc. i'll stick to reading actual news sites such as bbc, cnn, abcnews, nbcnews, nytimes, daily telegraph, al jazeera, et al.

regards.

96.232.126.111 (talk)16:04, 31 March 2011

emend my earlier entry. also, will also just continue to go to wikipedia for the broad, comprehensive picture since wikipedia is heavily sourced with inline citations.

96.232.126.111 (talk)16:06, 31 March 2011

<laughs> Wikipedia should not be considered reliable. They do no peer review, so you're misinformed as to what constitutes "reliable".

I agree that their articles probably have more detail; that is because they're encyclopedic, not actual news reports.

Brian McNeil / talk16:38, 31 March 2011
 
 

bunch of liars

if they actually shot civilians, they wouldn't tell, right? like http://www.collateralmurder.com/ , that was acknowledged only after the video was leaked =/

187.40.219.66 (talk)21:18, 23 March 2011

Oh hey it's the video of group of journalist walking next to armed men after ambushing US soldiers.

75.74.54.31 (talk)02:25, 24 March 2011