I do. I just can't let this one lie. Its like his spirit is calling to me from the other side, crying out for Truth and Justice.
I'm sure his parents still care, they've demanded a complete investigation into his death. I'm sure the Army will oblige, but what's needed is an
independent commission, as if that will ever happen. As if there actually is one. It took the Army over a month to acknowledge that he 'probably'
was killed by friendly fire.
Killed by friendly fire.
I don't know alot about Pat Tillman, other than he was a maverick, a man of conscience, a singularity.
My concern is that he stumbled on something over there that he wasn't part of, that he knew was wrong, and that he tried to stop. Something like
what I consider to be the real problem
in the world today. He may have thought he had
back-up on his mission up that canyon. It turned out he had a hit squad on his back, if you ask me.
Explain to me how it could be in the report I read that he came under small arms fire from his supporting unit, took hits and was wounded, popped
smoke and waved his bleeding arms as he sceamed for his own troops to cease fire on him, and was cut down by 50cal machine gun fire from the top of a
Humvee. Oh, and their radios just happened to lose reception at this critical time because of the steep canyon walls. And why would it take the Army
over a month to say he 'probably' was killed by friendly fire, unless they needed time to transfer personnel, create cover stories, synchronize
their lies, and cover their tracks? Its pretty clear from the get-go that he was killed by friendly fire. I am unable to retrieve that report at this
time but continue to search for the original document I read.
Meanwhile, the answers are out there somewhere, aren't they. Or was it really just a tragic case of mistaken identity? I honestly doubt it. Like I
said, there is a voice crying out to me from the other side for Truth and Justice, and it belongs to Pat Tillman, a True American. May God bless and