MURDER IN IRAQ: TORTURING OUR OWN
5 Dead in Iraq. Who is Really to Blame When Troops Go Postal?
by Gordon Duff, Staff Writer
A 44 year old Army sergeant is facing murder charges. Five families are destroyed, their loved ones dead at the hands of a comrade. Piling this on the invisible human disasters of war, not the dead civilians in Afghanistan the world press dotes on, but American families plowed into the dirt for no reason at all, this should not have been a surprise to anyone.
So far, the unfolding story tells us of a man "waiting discharge" with serious "stress" issues undergoing testing that he claimed was hurting him, making him worse, and, as we have seen, driving him to murderous rage. What the hell was he doing in Iraq in the first place? Why do we repdeploy the wounded, the seriously depressed, the PTSD victims? Read More >
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