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Iraq War Veteran with PTSD jailed and extradited to Kuwait for Secret trial

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posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 04:54 PM
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I feel like this needs to be brought to everyone's attention and ATS would be a good place to start .

This is how desperate these villans are to keep this insane war alive .

Suppose this guy were to snap and fire upon civilians or even his fellow troops ?

Conveniently , they could say he had a mental illness and this was an 'isolated' incident .

Why has he been sent to Kuwait to stand trial ? To keep the American public from learning any more about this ?




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posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 05:59 PM
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According to the article it looks like he is on trial for singing a song... is that correct?! The US military never ceases to disturb me... its okay to kill good Samaritans in cold blood for attempting to help someone who has been shot (4/5/2009 Wikileaks Video), but a hardcore crime to sing a song that makes the military look bad. This is exactly why I would never think about joining any branch of the military... they very literally believe they OWN you. Its absolutely sickening.



posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 06:03 PM
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It is in fact just that! The U.S. corporation owns you when you sign up.

You give up all your freedoms and anything can be done with you.

That is why you sign away your rights before you join.

It's called Contracting, and the Illuminati are amazing at it.

A good indication you give up your freedoms is when the U.S. Corporate personal Salute a flag.



posted on Apr, 8 2010 @ 06:13 PM
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This is old news. The Soldier in question is already in jail, and it is not a secret trail. He was in jail at his home station, and is being sent to face UCMJ with his unit, which is now deployed to Iraq. He is not in jail for singing a song...he is in jail for threating fellow Soldiers in his battalion, threating to kill his commander, etc. In the wake of the Ft. Hood shooting, no one is really willing to risk anythig.



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