Geneva Convention ref medical and ChapliansMedical personnel, including medical and dental officers, technicians and corpsmen, nurses, and medical service personnel, have special protected status when engaged exclusively in medical duties and may not be attacked. Possession of small arms for self-protection, for the protection of the wounded and sick, and for protection from marauders and others violating the law of armed conflict does not disqualify medical personnel from protected status. Medical personnel may not use such arms against enemy forces acting in conformity with the law of armed conflict. Chaplains attached to the armed forces are entitled to respect and protection. Medical personnel and chaplains should display the distinctive emblem of the red cross or red crescent when engaged in their respective medical and religious activities. Failure to wear the distinctive emblem does not, by itself, justify attacking a medical person or chaplain, recognized as such. Medical personnel and chaplains falling into enemy hands do not become prisoners of war. Unless their retention by the enemy is required to provide for the medical or religious needs of prisoners of war, medical personnel and chaplains must be repatriated at the earliest opportunityQuote has been trimmed, See full post:
Why does the media have to create and invent motives for this? Maybe the guy simply cracked. Does it have to be more than that?
What a great day for some eh?
Too bad he was a muslim...sort of takes most the fun out of it.
Why is it different that he is "muslim" and what fun ??
Being Christian or Jewish would have made a difference ?
I agree and was being sarcastic to the one who finds absolute joy in what happened and the death of any US soldier...or civillian for that matter.