Thursday, April 22, 2010

One Down, Two To Go

I wrote yesterday about 3 Navy Seals on trial for mistreating an Islamic terrorist.

First for some good news. Petty Officer 1st Class Julio Huertas, the first to go to trial was acquitted.

It seems the witness lacked credibility. It's getting to where you just cannot trust terrorists anymore. What the Hell is the world coming too?

I want to extend a congratulations to PO Huertas. He can now go home, join his family, and put this nonsense behind him.

I have been so pissed about this case since the first time I heard about it that I have to write about it again today.

I keep thinking about the scene in the court room.

We have a man sitting at the defense table who has spent his military career sacrificing his life protecting us from Islamic terrorism. He left his family for a tour of Hell. He has likely lost friends to this fight. He has seen horrors few of us could imagine. He has been demonized by some of his own citizens at home and misrepresented throughout his career by a press that enjoys their freedoms because he has spent his career fighting for them.

At the prosecution table is sitting one of those very terrorists the defendant is protecting us from. This is a man who engineered an attack that saw four Americans killed by grenades and gunfire. The men under the command of this terrorist burned the bodies of these four men and drug them through the streets of the city. These same men under the command of this same terrorist hung the bodies of two of the Americans from a bridge over the Euphrates river for the world to see.

I think they should have beaten the man half (at least) to death. I think they should have given him a good, sound ass-whipping every day they had him in custody. I think it should have been public to serve as an example for any other budding little animals that had thoughts of pulling shit like he did.

Instead he's a state witness.

I ask again, what the Hell is happening to our country.

I want to make one final point here. President Hussein has been very quiet on this case. For someone who has been very willing to express his opinion on everything from a local police arrest of a black man (a case he was wrong on) to Jessica Simpson's struggles with her weight has no opinion on one of the men under his command being tried for bloodying the lip of a brutal terrorist.

The men and women under this Commander in Chief have to feel so supported.

8 comments:

Mustang said...

Obama intends to destroy this country, and all of its institutions. This would include free enterprise, the best health care system in the world, the economy, and our military. Amazingly, this is okay with 47% of the American people. How often do I have to say I am disgusted?

Chuck said...

Mustang, you wouldn't think there were that many idiots in the country.

shoprat said...

We have a president who hates this country so much that anyone who defends it is evil.

gramma2many said...

If there isn't enough evidence to get a conviction on him, how can there be to get one on the other two.
"O" is unusually quiet on this one. I guess it would be hard for him to come out in defense of his enemy, wouldn't it?
I cannot believe there is a right thinking American who is not appalled by this blatant show of disrespect for our service men and all that they stand for.

cube said...

That these men were even brought up on charges is a travesty. This should have been laughed out of the court room with an extra dose of cuffing about the head of the lawyers who chose to defend the terrorists.

Like you said, Chuck, one down, two to go.

Brooke said...

What Cube said.

"I think they should have beaten the man half (at least) to death. I think they should have given him a good, sound ass-whipping every day they had him in custody."

Agreed! Honestly, if a bloody lip is all this scumbag got, he should be sticking his ass up in the air to allah and thanking him for every breath.

IMO, he should have been killed on the field.

MK said...

"I want to make one final point here. President Hussein has been very quiet on this case. For someone who has been very willing to express his opinion on everything from a local police arrest of a black man (a case he was wrong on) to Jessica Simpson's struggles with her weight has no opinion on one of the men under his command being tried for bloodying the lip of a brutal terrorist."

Valid point Chuck, but you see, like most leftards, deep down inside he thinks they're all guilty anyway.

Chuck said...

Shoprat, sadly true

Gramma, part of the problem is that it has been kept pretty quiet.

Cube, agreed. Actually as of this it's two done - one to go

Brooke, a bloody lip. I've seen the police bring in worse to the ER

MK, dead on