This new video evidentiary episode of the Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal
begins an in-depth examination of the U.S. war on Afghanistan and the role the four defendants in this Tribunal played in executing that war.
This video segment is narrated by the Tribunal’s college intern, Norah Tafuri, who worked closely with the Tribunal and played an integral part in preparing this segment of evidence. We do wish to warn you that some of the images in this video depict graphic scenes of war victims and may be disturbing.
The link to watch this video evidence is here:
Please share this video link with friends and colleagues. Form discussion groups around all video evidence of the Tribunal. The link for previous video episodes of the Tribunal is here: https://rumble.com/user/merchantsofdeath
Encourage friends to sign up to receive future video segments of evidence here:
Please read this important second article in Covert Action Magazine about the Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal at this link:
Lastly, do not forget to place on your calendar the next meetup session of the Tribunal scheduled for Saturday, December 30 at 2:00pm Eastern Time. Join in this community of sharing to discuss the Tribunal evidence, provide updates about nonviolent action plans, and offer your thoughts during these difficult days. You can register for the meetup here: https://actionnetwork.org/events/december-30-meetup?clear_id=true
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, December 30 at 2 PM Eastern Time.
Brad Wolf, Kathy Kelly, and Nick Mottern
Organizers – Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal
The Merchants of Death War Crimes Tribunal will hold accountable — through testimony of witnesses — U.S. Weapons manufacturers who knowingly produce and sell products which attack and kill non-combatants. These manufacturers may have committed Crimes Against Humanity as well as violated U.S. Federal criminal laws. The Tribunal will hear the evidence and render a verdict.