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Originally posted by Mike_A
reply to post by DOADOA
how and why do people even bother to justify these kind of cruelty. it's ok to be patriotic, but you have to realize at one point, things have gone too far.
Who's justifying any of these acts?
Show me exactly where I've tried to justify anything that has been posted.
Also, I'm from the UK, patriotism does not factor into anything that US soldiers do?
Originally posted by Sean48
reply to post by Mike_A
Raping a girl 10 times , then the shame of it causes her to hang herself??
And the sick POS laughs about it??
Your right , no story there.
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