There is the video incase you haven't seen it. The basic story is: This footage comes from an apache in Iraq in 2007. The military thought they were engaging insurgents when it turned out they were innocent civilians and the story was covered up. This video was sent to wikileaks by a whistleblower and has deemed authentic by unnamed military brass. Having watched this video yes it is appalling and tragic that this happened, but this is the nature of war where nothing is certain. Based on the intel they had and what they saw, American forces decided the best course of action was to take out the targets. On the other hand critics are calling for new rules of engagement to minimize the occurrences of these types of situations. Personally, and this is based on what little I know about that exact situation, if I was shown this video and was only told this was taken in an Iraqi hot spot without the arrows or labels, I probably wouldn't have guessed those were cameras. Focus: Discuss the video.