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Originally posted by SirMike
Every time I see this video I laugh a little bit more. The voice in the background belongs to Mike Prysner a ground surveillance radar operator with the 10th Mountain Division. I guess being a shill for the "Party for Socialism and Liberation" gets him more tail than his former life. I wouldn’t denigrate someone’s service because he wasn’t a Snake Eater or a hard core ground pounder, but Prysner doesn’t even have a CAB so I really have a difficult time believing he saw everything he claims he did staring at a computer screen all day.
Originally posted by WhoKnows100
That makes me sooooo proud. There are many many many military that feel this way, it would be great to help make this video go viral. I'm emailing the link to as many people that I Know and also to all news media organisations help to put the pressure on people. Please don't forget to include your police friends as well, most are great. S + F. S + F
Originally posted by Cuervo
Originally posted by TDawgRex
reply to post by SirMike
Every time I hear the word radical, vandalism and riots spring to my mind.
Really?! I think of hot pink t-shirts, BMX bikes, and the Nintendo Power Glove.
U.S. Pays Up for Fatal Iraq Blunders
Over 10,000 claims but families must waive rights
by Rory McCarthy
The US military has paid out $1.5m (£907,000) to Iraqi civilians in response to a wave of negligence and wrongful death claims filed against American soldiers, . . .
Commanders make payments from their discretionary funds, rarely even admitting liability. Payouts average just a few hundred dollars and in some cases families have been asked to sign forms waiving their right to press for further compensation. In one area of south-western Baghdad, controlled by the 82nd Airborne Division, an officer said a total of $106,000 had been paid out to 176 claimants since July. . . .
Iraqi courts, because of an order issued by the US-led authority in Baghdad in June, are forbidden from hearing cases against American soldiers or any other foreign troops or foreign officials in Iraq. . . .
Human Rights Watch concluded that
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