December 8, 2011.
Reports say the US has dumped the remains of nearly 300 American troops killed in action overseas in a landfill in the state of Virginia.
According to the Washington Post, report on Wednesday, the incinerated partial remains of at least 274 American troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan had been sent to the King George county landfill in Virginia.
The US Air Force is reported to have dumped the cremated partial remains in the landfill between 2004 and 2008.
The report was based on database information at the Dover Air Base mortuary, where the remains of most war fatalities return.
The actual number is considered to be far more than what the military admitted to, before reportedly halting the practice in 2008.
The US military concealed the corpses' dumping from families who had authorized the military to dispose of the remains in a dignified and respectful manner.
Officials say there are no plans to alert the families of the deceased soldiers.
The landfill disposals were never formally authorized under military policies or regulations.
In another report, investigators found body parts of soldiers stacked up in the military morgue in Virginia. Some of the remains appear to have been stored months or even years awaiting identification and disposal.
According to icasualties.org, about 7000 American soldiers have died in Afghanistan and Iraq so far.
Comment: They fought for their country in fake wars, were killed to support the greed of the elite, and then their bodies were dumped in a landfill as thanks.
Yep, that about sounds like what you can expect from the US government; no respect for the living nor the dead.
And the poor get f*cked on the regular.