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    US Army: War Criminals

    This is disgusting, another double standard by the US, those guys can't be taken seriously for anything, let alone a war

    BBC News - US Haditha Marine Frank Wuterich discharged

    Former Sgt Frank Wuterich, 31, was given a general discharge under honourable conditions and completed his service on Friday, he added.

    Wuterich avoided imprisonment after reaching a plea deal, but had earlier faced several counts of manslaughter.

    Twenty-four people died in the 2005 killings, including women and children, after a roadside bomb killed a Marine.

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    Soldiering is just code for serial murder.
    With the blessing [and encouragement] of the state.

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    gawd bless merca. home of the brave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    This is disgusting, another double standard by the US, those guys can't be taken seriously for anything, let alone a war

    BBC News - US Haditha Marine Frank Wuterich discharged

    Former Sgt Frank Wuterich, 31, was given a general discharge under honourable conditions and completed his service on Friday, he added.

    Wuterich avoided imprisonment after reaching a plea deal, but had earlier faced several counts of manslaughter.

    Twenty-four people died in the 2005 killings, including women and children, after a roadside bomb killed a Marine.
    What the fuck was the plea deal? "You agree to sort of admit you might have accidently slaughtered a few innocent people, and we'll reward you for it"?

    Fuck me, I bet he had to think about that one.

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    another case of all the facts not being presented and conclusions being drawn based on media accounts which are all to frequently slanted. and who is to say that these fatalities in the war zone and possibly in an area that is sympathetic to the opposition of the war torn country and stability in the area.

    it is always a tragedy when innocents become unintended collateral damage if that is in fact the case but it isn't known to be the case in this instance. in cases like this, the Army may very well be sacrificing one of it's own for the larger cause.

    Sgt W has been booted out of his chosen profession and career and will feel the pain as well. What would the viable option by? Firing squad? A hanging? Life imprisonment? where are the bleeding hearts now? no, just another case of hatred toward the military force and those that defend the free world.
    "Don't Sweat the Small Stuff....and it is all small stuff"

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    ^ROFL at defenders of the free world, it is American war mongering that is making the world less free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEA Traveler View Post
    another case of all the facts not being presented and conclusions being drawn based on media accounts which are all to frequently slanted. and who is to say that these fatalities in the war zone and possibly in an area that is sympathetic to the opposition of the war torn country and stability in the area.

    it is always a tragedy when innocents become unintended collateral damage if that is in fact the case but it isn't known to be the case in this instance. in cases like this, the Army may very well be sacrificing one of it's own for the larger cause.

    Sgt W has been booted out of his chosen profession and career and will feel the pain as well. What would the viable option by? Firing squad? A hanging? Life imprisonment? where are the bleeding hearts now? no, just another case of hatred toward the military force and those that defend the free world.
    You're a fucking comedian, pal. This was revenge pure and simple, the slaughter of unarmed innocents, including women and children, none of whom asked for your fucked version of "liberation".

    Sgt. fucking cocksucker should be returned to Iraq to face trial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    ^ROFL at defenders of the free world, it is American war mongering that is making the world less free.
    This will pass right by the majority.

    As a blindness has been engaged.

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