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Trump May Pardon US Soldiers Accused Or Convicted Of War Crimes – NYT's
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Re: Trump has war criminals on his team.

John Bolton - Iraq warmonger from the Bush era.

Elliott Abrams - Convicted war criminal from the Iran-Contra war.

Gina Haspel - Director of torture at Abu Ghraib.

Runners up: Erik Prince, brother of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who's Blackwater mercenaries-for-hire team killed hundreds to thousands of Iraqi civilians.
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Duncan Hunter...Rofl
That out of the way


Many of these trials where a soldier(s) is convicted have other soldiers as witnesses for the prosecution who saw exactly what took place,something Hunter conveniently ignores.


Just like the Seals who were ignored and threaten by military higher ups when they went forward with the charges against Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher who is going on trial and is the one that rumor has Trump will definitely pardon.


Trump raises questions about killing vs. murder by embracing US troops accused of war crimes

May 13, 2019 at 09:25 AM

"President Donald Trump's affection for the military runs so deep that he has repeatedly served as an advocate for service members accused or convicted of murder.

Not only has he pardoned a former Army lieutenant who was convicted of killing an Iraq detainee, the president has also voiced support for two other service members accused of murder while their cases are still pending.

On May 6, the president pardoned Michael Behenna, who had served prison time after being convicted of killing an Iraqi detainee in 2008. Oklahoma's attorney general had requested a pardon for Behenna last year, arguing that prosecutors had withheld evidence supporting Behenna's claim that he killed the detainee in self-defense, according to the Associated Press.

While the president acted within his Constitutional powers, he also risks creating the impression that the United States condones war crimes, said retired Air Force Lt. Col. Rachel VanLandingham, a former military attorney who now teaches at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles.

"Killing a prisoner you've stripped naked and threatened with a gun ain't a moral or lawful act: It's murder," VanLandingham told Task & Purpose. "One pardon of such a war crime isn't a pattern, and hopefully such pardon will be the only such condonation of a war crime that many, many other soldiers and Marines and sailors in Behanna's shoes had greater moral courage and integrity not to commit."

VanLandingham said she is more troubled by the president's support for former Special Forces Maj. Matthew Golsteyn and Navy SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher because their cases have not gone to trial yet.

After the Army charged former Golsteyn with murder for allegedly killing an unarmed suspected Taliban bomb-maker, Trump tweeted in December that he would personally review the case and called Golsteyn a "U.S. military hero."


[/b]The president also had Gallagher released from the brig after eight months of pretrial custody by tweeting in March that Gallagher should be moved to a "less restrictive environment." Gallagher is accused of stabbing a wounded ISIS fighter to death and other crimes.

Trump's actions have undermined the authority of commanders overseeing the Gallagher and Golsteyn cases and have weakened the military justice system overall, VanLandingham said.

"The more Trump meddles, the more he undermines that system as being impartial and fair," VanLandingham said. "Not letting the system, with all its safeguards for the accused, run its paces risks hurting those courageous sailors and soldiers who did the right thing and are willing to testify against an alleged murderer in their ranks. That's very, very dangerous for our military justice system and more importantly the military and our national security."

White House officials did not respond to requests to comment for this story.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, Gallagher's civilian attorney Timothy Parlatore said he believes the president's support for his client has helped ensure the proceedings will be fair.

The Navy released Gallagher from the brig based solely on the president's tweet, Parlatore told Task & Purpose. That allowed Gallagher to finally review the evidence against him and speak to his attorney on a regular basis.

"Aside from finally allowing us the ability to prepare for trial and for Eddie to participate in his defense, [Trump] is certainly not affecting the conduct of the prosecution or the judge," Parlatore said.

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), a Marine veteran, argues the president's support is vital for Gallagher, Golsteyn, and other combat veterans charged with serious offenses to have an even playing field when their cases are adjudicated.

"I don't think it hurts anything at all," Hunter told Task & Purpose. "I think it peels back the curtain on what is an unfair system."

Hunter, who has been indicted in federal court for allegedly misusing campaign funds, said the overriding issue that makes the military's justice system broken is that troops who have fought the Taliban, ISIS, and other terrorists are second-guessed by defense officials who lack relevant combat experience.

"Less than 1 percent of the military right now sees combat," Hunter told Task & Purpose. "When they're being judged by people that have either never seen combat, will never see combat, or saw a different kind of combat, that's an extremely prejudiced viewpoint from the bureaucrats, lawyers, and investigators that are back here in the United States judging somebody that was in a combat situation overseas and trying to render a verdict that's completely out of context. You see that over and over again."[/b]

However, the military has learned that abiding by the rules of war is better for U.S. service members and leads to success on the battlefield, said retired Army Lt. Col. Jason Dempsey, with the Center for a New American Security think tank in Washington, D.C.

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https://taskandpurpose.com/trump-embrace...sed-troops

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Those IS fighters are murderous sick evil f**kers anyway, doesn't excuse his actions but bad things happen to bad people.
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Dumb & Dumber chimed in..Rofl

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If Trump is going to pardon "war criminals", then he should pardon the men in Gitmo. They were fighting for their country, too.
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Long piece with convictions at the end, names to look for when/if Trump hands out pardons?

How One U.S. Soldier Blew the Whistle on a Cold-Blooded War Crime

William Langewiesche dissects the murder of four Iraqi prisoners, the military’s response, and how one warrior fought to become a better man.

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June 16, 2015 9:00 am

https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2015/06/...tley-trial

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It was seven members of SEAL Team 7’s Alpha Platoon who turned in Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher for killing innocent civilians.

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Navy SEALs Were Warned Against Reporting Their Chief for War Crimes

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-20-2019 01:05 AM)
Those IS fighters are murderous sick evil f**kers anyway, doesn't excuse his actions but bad things happen to bad people.

navy seal murdered a green beret,

seal is on the pardon list,

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Ur mom
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BLAME TRUMP
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Obama's war crimes tied their hands behind their backs. When one can't identify the enemy not wearing a uniform. lol

Maybe you should donate money for them to buy a uniform. chuckle
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Meanwhile, the 911 perps are still walking free with their mass surveillance weapon and waiting to murder some more Americans.
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