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Fallouja Insurgents Fought Under Influence of Drugs, Marines Say

Although the ferocity of insurgents is generally attributed to religious fervor and a hatred of America, Marines who participated in the November assault on Fallouja say many of their foes also had something else to bolster their tenacity: drugs. The Marines say they found numerous stockpiles of needles and drugs such as adrenaline and amphetamines while battling insurgents in the fiercest urban combat waged by U.S. forces since the Vietnam War. In some homes used by insurgents, crack pipes were found, the Marines say. Full Story

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