Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Insight into Military Cover-up of Murders

Sgt. who was murder witness sues National Guard, says retaliation

The article above makes me wonder why the Military is so eager to maintain its "reputation" that it would pervert the cause of justice.  Military members have the same responsibility to report wrongdoing that civilians do.  They should be able to give court testimony without the imprimatur of a Military Service.  They should not be protecting murderers for the sake of a public profile.

In many cases, families are not given information about the deaths of loved ones for this reason.  This has got to stop. 

Honor implies truth telling.

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