Tuesday, June 17, 2008


And Then There Was One

Despite the declarations of guilt of cold blooded murder by several congressional Democrats, including, foremost, the porcine Rep. John Murtha, almost all of the Marines involved in a firefight with a lot of collateral damage in Haditha, Iraq on November 19, 2005, and a supposed cover-up thereafter, have had their charges dismissed, or been found not guilty. The final defendant, S.Sgt. Frank Wuterich, faces a dozen charges of manslaughter, et al., not murder.

If Wuterich is acquitted or the charges dismissed before hearing, honorable men would apologize for defaming the Marines. Because they are blame America first Democrats, the odds are long that we'll hear a single word on the matter.



I mrant to e-mail you yesterdat about the militaryt judge dropping charges against Lt. Col.
Jeffrey Chassani, but I ran out of time.

Meanwhile, things appear to be ramping up outside of Kandahar. The dreaded spring offensive has arrived, thanks in part, I think, b/c of that jail that was blown up in Kandahar.

I posted today before I read this. Thanks, T.
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