Comment: wow, glad that they were

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wow, glad that they were

finally 'allowed' in (their noted Pakistani lawyer, however, was barred entry), but truly pathetic: ONLY FOUR govt servants showed up?

granted, 'nobody' really shows up for these things, usually, other than the interested party, but still, this is so pathetic:

'American public needs real facts about drone strikes'

http://youtu.be/s9RAluzxMbY
RT
Published on Oct 29, 2013

Survivors of a US drone strike testified to members of Congress today. The family - whose grandmother was killed when a missile hit their garden in Pakistan a year ago - say they have no idea why they were targeted. The family's lawyer was also supposed to speak to lawmakers at that meeting but was denied a US visa. RT is joined by the lawyer -- Shahzad Akhbar. Read More: http://on.rt.com/9cvt5b

"I no longer love blue skies": Drone strike victims testify before Congress

http://youtu.be/raKl5lO82js
RT
Published on Oct 30, 2013

A justice seeking journey of thousands of miles for the surviving members of a Pakistani family, who endured a CIA drone attack, has culminated in their testimony in front of US Congressmen. The strike killed their grandmother, but failed to hit any militants - so the victims of the bombing asked lawmakers why their home was targeted in the first place. RT's Gayane Chichyakyan was at the briefing. Being one of the toughest opponents of America's drone warfare, US House of Representatives member Alan Grayson is the man behind the visit of the Rehman family to his country. Speaking to RT he said he believes the Pakistani army's completely capable of handling militants itself.

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Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

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