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Originally posted by piddles
anyone who has half a brain know they're guilty, I assume they bought their way out.
Blackwater said it was "extremely disappointed and surprised" to learn that one guard has admitted wrongdoing.
good point however the thing that worries me is that they do not conform or answer to any official regulatory body such as nato,that cant be a good thing !
Originally posted by Styki
reply to post by piddles
Any time lethal force is involved I am sure anybody would question their actions at some point in time. Being investigated would only intensify the situation. I have met detectives that boast they could get a confession out of anybody (including the innocent) given enough time.
I personally was not there during the incident so I cannot judge what happened. At the same time I am not going to assume that the backwater employees are guilty. I'm sure we can all be thankful that some of you are not making the calls because any chance of a fair trial would be thrown out the window.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
Sniping in Iraq by Blackwater
They had other uses. War is hell and should be avoided. Many believe they were hired to counter Iran's little contribution to the Iraqi mayhem.