“FROM THE OTHER SIDE”
A TALE OF ANGER
HARRISONBURG, Virginia -- Yesterday morning in Harrisonburg began the same way most Mondays begin across the country. After a sleepy three-day weekend the streets were coming alive with morning traffic as employees drove in to work, shops began to open, and parents drove their children to school. It was a clear, otherwise normal day.
But that tranquility was fleeting.
Before the morning's classes could even begin at James Madison Elementary School on Harrisonburg's west side, an E.U. stealth drone fired a missile into the building. Three teachers and twelve students were killed, bringing the national death toll to 147 for drone strikes this year alone. Another 310 have been injured.
“I could see the drone when I dropped my son off that morning,” explained Andy Lee, whose son received minor injuries in the attack.
“I honestly didn't think anything of it at the time,” he said. “You s