We still get declassified data today about U.S. war crimes. Do you believe there might be even more war crimes in the war on terror that we don't know of? (Other than Iraq's Abu Ghraib)
I hope so!
Eh, I'm not worried. The U.S. May make a few mistakes but the overall good greatly balances it.
Oh most definitely
I find it to be very unlikely. I've worked in military intelligence, I've seen and dealt with classified information. The overwhelming majority of it is completely mundane and you wouldn't think it should it even be classified. Not only that,
but there are robust internal reporting mechanisms and punishments for violating the Law of Land Warfare. You receive very extensive training on the matter and are encouraged to report any activity in violation of it.
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Haha far from it truthfully. I have done a lot of incredible things. I got to live in beautiful Monterey, CA for 4 years while studying Arabic! That was worth every minute of it.
Haha, I'm just the HUMINT guy! Don't blame me! I'm just in it because they let me grow a beard to blend in! Even though I'm pretty sure I would never do any close to "blend in"...
If Americans only knew the truth. It would be too much to handle.
Of course with all the really horrific stuff going on and people are more obsessed with who can or can't get married. It's a sick society we live in.
Check out the Bagram torture cages. Also the sketches of them being tortured.
That's fine, but if a damn homoqueer dare to LOVE someone, well it ain't gonna fly in MURICA!
But hey! Bush signed that the U.S. Is not under the jurisdiction of international courts!
They've subpoenaed most US officials for it. I hope this comes out when Jeb is on the ballot.
We've signed the agreement.
It's sad we let all of these people get away with it by hiding it until years and years later.
wow Wikipedia that is such a reliable resource
Several instances are listed at the bottom of known war crime massacres and such in Iraq/Afghanistan.
Also DBuehren, all things on Wikipedia are linked to sources for a reason. It's not my responsibility if you fail to check them.
No. You misunderstood the point. You see the sources and judge for yourself. RightWingReport.com or LiberalsForSocialism.org will not be credible. HumanRightsMinistry.gov would be if you feel it is.
It's perfectly fine to take DBuehren's stance and say you don't believe it. At the end of the day, your beliefs are all that matters.