Went through a fascination with Fallujah phase, so trawled through Youtube and Liveleak, and also came across this Comment Is Free piece in the Guardian. Now, I thought it was well known that a goodly number of the insurgents in Fallujah were anything but Fallujans defending their city against foreign invaders, more than a few being from all over the world on an adventure holiday with a difference - the idea being to get shot or blown up. In addition, wasn't this operation carried out in co-operation with the Iraqi army and I would have thought the writer would have been only too well aware of this, so why would he write something so full of half truths? As for the comments, like a lot of CIF articles, proof that there's life on other planets... I am sorry for the role I played in Fallujah | Ross Caputi | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk Also, can anyone tell me who the bloke is at the beginning of this vid? That accent is just great - what part of the US is it from? Ta. LiveLeak.com - Task Force 22 Operation Phantom Fury in Fallujah 2004.