I have been in combat. They had people stopped on the side of the road, out of their vehicle, emptied his magazine in them, reloaded, and emptied that one. Then he left a note on them. As a professional military man, are you saying this is acceptable behavior? At what point were they no longer a threat?
I have seen Article 32 investigations go the old boy network way where they wouldn't indict, even though they were guilty, because it would reflect badly on the command and the military in general. I just lost a lot of respect for you if you think what he did was justifiable behavior. There is no honor in what he did.
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