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No , it is your fundamental right to be whoever you want , your rights however are being defended by men and women who 24/7 put their lives on the line so weak men can complain and sleep well
Neither you or I know the cases in their entirety so yours is an assumption of guilt
My argument is that these men if guilty should be Tried behind closed doors away from the public eye and the eyes of those that wish you and all free people harm
By making public these incidents you harm your forces if you don’t or won’t see this it is because for you the military is something you clearly have little idea of
They didn't have a choice. It was a media exposé.
They got caught and had to cop to it.
By making public these incidents you harm your forces
Coverups are for wimps and cowards.
I am sure the Media can be shut down when it is necessary and I am also sure that nothing good at all has come from this story
I am sure the Media can be shut down when it is necessary
I'm sure it can be. But it's not easy. For example, the Washington Post is still publishing.
He looks like he made a full recovery
Come on slackerx, tell us about your military experience. I'm all ears!
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