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Source: BUSINESS INSIDER
November 18, 2012
If true as written, I fail to see how any court (military or civilian) could find him guilty or how the case would even be brought to court. This is a travesty of justice and of this young man's life, career, and family. I hope he wins an appeal and common sense prevails...
This is a travesty of justice.Looks as though the U.S, isn't the only country with idiotic,assinine,inane laws.As I have always contended as does anybody with common sense,laws must be administered with wisdom and tempered with common sense.A He-- of a way to thank a hero.
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