He's been locked up for a year, had his family drawn through the mud, had his life destroyed, and he didn't do it!
The entire chain of command in this on one should be escorted to Leavenworth!
this is incredible. They need to drum the former prosecutor out of the service.
Stabbing a prisoner with a knife (if true) is still a major no-no and can be prosecuted as attempted murder.
Now, THAT is how one takes care of a team member!
Apparently they didn't like him.
There is so much more to this we are not hearing about.
So, what if everyone on that team says they were the one that killed the ISIS P.O.S.??
This is “taking one for the team.”
And during his trial, this guy will say he did it.
I don’t care for shooting surrendering enemies, but I can still sleep after this.
Okay. That settles it. Now I gotta buy both of ‘em beers!
“The entire chain of command in this on one should be escorted to Leavenworth!”
If justice is served you are correct. Unfortunately, it will not happen. Sad.
Lots of room for doubt here. Why so long in coming forward? Assuming no autopsy was performed, there is no way to prove exactly what was the cause of death. Conflicting stories of witnesses cast further doubt. All of these details add up to one sure thing. That sure thing is that when we send our finest young people to deal with war, something we cannot do ourselves nor want to do, we have washed our hands of knowing the HOW they did it. That’s right. War is hell and those not present forfeit the privilege of asking how victory is accomplished.
Which Fed group of thugs have been trying to put our Seal into prison:
FBI or NCIS or other fed thugs.
“Sniper rounds”, turn an AR15 into a sniper rifle.
The Navy and the Army are both very guilty of persecuting their own warriors rather than the enemy. Where are those pardons Mr President?????????
The Navy ought to fire every person involved with this prosecution and right up the line in this case.
Calling Tom Cruise: A Few Good Men.
Yeah, that's often how immunity works.
FNC just reported that medic killed the kid because after medic would have saved his life the kid would have been turned over to the Iraqi military. The medic further stated the Iraqi military would have tortured the kid an medic didn’t want that to happen.
It was a mercy killing.
The US has huge issues that go way beyond this one case because of this testimony by the medic.
It does leave some brown floaters in the prosecution’s swimming pool.
I must be mistaken. I could have sworn that in times of war, the rules of the game include killing the “bad guys” on the other side. I don’t get these new rules at all.