Medialens has been pursuing the BBC over the broadcaster's failure to fully investigate. Read the report of April 18. Human Rights Watch charges that the BBC's claim of conducting "some investigations" into the napalm allegations is spurious. Credible evidence is emerging that demands investigation. Medialens has consistently proven that the BBC refuses to seriously challenge the Blair government, especially in their post Andrew Gilligan environment, though the problems existed way before Gilligan appeared on the scene.
How willing is our media to report on the use of napalm in Iraq? The deafening silence speaks for itself.