Re: U.S. soldier kills up to 16 Afghan civiliansMar 15th, 2012
Canadian soldiers in special opps are not allowed to discuss their activities. If you think that makes me a liar, so be it.
JTF2 command 'encouraged' war crimes, soldier alleges - Canada - CBC News
"A member of Canada's elite special forces unit says he felt his peers were being "encouraged" by the Canadian Forces chain of command to commit war crimes in Afghanistan, according to new documents obtained by CBC News.
The documents from the military ombudsman's office show the member of the covert unit Joint Task Force 2, or JTF2, approached the watchdog in June 2008 to report the allegations of wrongdoing he had first made to his superior officers in 2006."
I doubt you're lieing though. I'd say your son-in-law is. He does Munitions? lol.
Just like the Marine Air Traffic Controller I know that goes around telling everyone he was a Grunt (Infantry) and saw a lot of combat in Desert Storm. lol
Again BS - he is allowed to tell you what his trade is. What rank is he
How long in the Military -
Is he Army, Air Force or Navy
What base is he stationed at.
Come on down.
that is what is called silly diversional tactics when ES has nothing of substance to say but feels he/she must defend the US and its military at all costs.
back to topic.
No matter how the powers that be try to spin it.........it will not wash. The USG has lied, covered, protected criminals of war to the point now that it has no credibility . The MSM is about as bad as it does not dare print or relate anything that goes against the military complex.
A walk down memory lane....
"The January 18th New York Times reported that 47 Canadian UN troops who served in Bosnia were accused of "drunkenness, sex, black marketeering and patient abuse at a mental hospital they were guarding." The soldiers had been assigned the "humanitarian" chore of guarding a mental hospital at Bakovici in order to secure it for the staff’s return. "The hospital instead became the setting for heavy drinking; sex between soldiers, nurses and interpreters that violated regulations; black-market sales; and harassment of the patients...."