Living Under Drones

Stanford Law School and the New York School of Law have released a report on the impact of drones in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas of Pakistan. They found that despite the official U.S. narrative:

1. Civilians are routinely killed, often in ‘double tap’ strikes

2. Entire populations are psychologically traumatized.

3. Drone strikes are counter-productive because they are a recruitment tool.

There is a website associated with the website called Living Under Drones

A video explaining the research below:

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