You're all entitled to your own opinions, as misinformed as they may be. But what would you say if I told you this marine was in the white house a few months ago getting recognized by your president Obama for "Special Forces appreciation week"? What would you say if I told you this marine was nominated for the Yankee Whites straight out of boot camp? (These are the marines who are stationed in the White House). And he was promoted while still in boot camp. Graduated 1st in physical fitness out of however many 100s who graduated from Parris Island with him. He became a special forces operative for a reason. Dont get me wrong; It's very sad that this happened to an innocent individual. It's more sad the way the military doesn't treat and diagnose PTSD in our warriors. What if I told you this marine was a team leader, in charge of 12 other marines lifes. What if he saw 6 of them die a year ago in his last deployment? And the military physciayrits released him.... This man is a highly decoraded war hero, i can find you probably 100 character witnesses for him. He has put his life at risk, and watched others lose their lifes so you can sit there and pass judgement... So who is really at fault here? This is happening everyday, an entire generation of veterans deal with these problems. The things this man has seen and done half of you probably couldn't imagine. So go ahead and pass judgement.
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