US War Crimes in Afghanistan?
curmudgeonvtNovember 7th, 2013 at 1:12 pm
If anyone thinks that the USG will actually press war crimes charges against any US service member, regardless of proof or not then I want a toke of whatever is being smoked. Look back over the events since 9/11 – from Afghanistan and Iraq, to Pakistan and Syria and Iran and you will find evidence of systemically-accepted crimes against humanity. And so far, adjudication at the required level has been seriously absent. Nothing will change because all these GIs have all been raised to the status of HEROs…And it would be anti-American to prosecute a HERO… I used to be a HERO but now I ain't – because that was before anyone knew the military were HEROs…
Empire SlayerNovember 7th, 2013 at 2:54 pm
The Obama regime is actually required by US law to prosecute all US war criminals. Instead, Obama is breaking that law in favor or persecuting the press and whistle blowers more than all previous US regimes combined.
We need a public movement to prosecute these monsters living among us.
WernerNovember 7th, 2013 at 10:50 pm
And what really scares me is these cowards and criminals (not "heroes" in my book) will soon be practicing their skills on us, the American people. The ones that have already come home and became cops already are in police basements across the USSA and the use of Tasers, etc. because there are no consequences for their actions and they are HEEEROS! I've said it here before, but piss on the criminal US military and their little steroid freak siblings, the pigs. Keep pushing freaks, a day of reckoning is coming and you can expect no mercy because you surely won't show us any.
redwoodNovember 10th, 2013 at 7:06 pm
The translators, service members and presidents allowing those crimes to take place should be prosecuted. They could be shipped to Gitmo or sent to the ICC.
Repliki zegarkówApril 23rd, 2014 at 6:15 pm
The Army, Bridget Serchak, a spokeswoman for the inspector general, told Bloomberg, paid Boeing for parts “that were proposed but never installed,” and “is paying for additional parts that they do not need and may not use.”
Repliki zegark?3wApril 24th, 2014 at 12:21 am
The Army, Bridget Serchak, a spokeswoman for the inspector general, told Bloomberg, paid Boeing for parts a??that were proposed but never installed,a?? and a??is paying for additional parts that they do not need and may not use.a??
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