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By Tom Streithorst  

You’ve probably seen it, or at least heard about it. A group of men walking down a Baghdad street, 2007. Overhead video from an Apache gunship helicopter. We hear the crackle of the radio as the crewmen are given permission to fire. A burst of bullets, the men on the ground fall. Twelve civilians died that day, two were children, two reporters from Reuters. None were armed.

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