3,167. 12/7/2001

“Although eventually U.S. soldiers fought in Afghanistan, from the day of the invasion (commenced by air strikes) in Afghanistan on October 7, 2001, through December 7 [2001], when the Taliban regime collapsed, not one single American soldier died in combat. Why? Because the real fighting in the Afghan war was being done almost exclusively by the Northern Alliance. Our military was only there in an advisory and support capacity to the Northern Alliance, and our air force…dropped bombs on the almost medieval country.”

 – Vincent Bugliosi, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, Pages 217-218

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