Ish. It's a slippery slope, taking people into a war zone, telling them "OK, kill those guys, but not THOSE guys, and only in certain ways, not other ways." Once you've put someone in a situation where they're expected to kill and kill again while surrounded by chaos and death…it's hard to expect them to follow all the rules. And even harder to just expect them to shake it off and go home and be normal when their time is up. This is a miserable war, and it's doing miserable things to people on both sides. I feel for this guy, as I have no idea what it's like to be in a war zone or how I'd respond if I were in one. They make examples out of soldiers like this in the US fairly frequently, and it always makes me sad on many levels.
Yeap Ima agree it is fkn sad on so many levels, nae saying Alex should get off scott free Ima saying they made an example of him and never took into account the factor of being in a WAR zone where Alex and his Comrade's already seen plenty of death that day maybe even including fellow Comrade's
To me these judges have no right whatsoever to deal with Military LAW it is well out their understanding and jurisdiction to even begin to imagine what a WAR zone even looks like and yeap you can bet all the peace anti war folks are gonna say haha justice hhmm well Ima say if it was not for folk like Alexander we would have been invaded long ago.
Our troops do an outstanding job but many do lose the plot and should have been dealt with by the Army not a fkn mickey mouse court that has no clue whatsoever.
Statistics: Posted by Malogg — Sat Dec 07, 2013 6:54 am