Is this a first? The latest from the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (big pdf) gives a casualty number of almost 100,000 Iraqi civilians to date, which may be the first time a U.S. government body has released this information.


You can read the entire report, “Hard Lessons: The Iraq Reconstruction Experience” (and order a printed copy) here.

One Comment on “Official Numbers on Iraqi Casualties from U.S. Government?”

  1. I feel that it does not make much sense to keep fighting the war in Iraq. Everything that we mess up we have to re-build it so why keep fighting if we don’t have to. The casualties that are shown in this blog are deaths that could have been well avoided. Alot of money problems should not be blamed on Obama but Bush.