Thursday, May 6, 2010

Navy Seals – 3, Government Prosecutors – 0

In a welcome verdict, the last of the three accused Navy Seals was released and found “not guilty” and cleared of all charges. The faulty witness against him was found unreliable upon other testimony and that was all that was needed to secure the final verdict.

They had been collectively accused of mis-treating a captured prisoner who was part of the torture and hanging of security personal from a bridge in Iraq. This will not come as good news for the administration who was hoping for a conviction to justify their hopes of a demonstration of our “fair” system of military justice. As it turned out; it was fair.

Now McCabe can get out of the Navy and pursue his dream of becoming a California Highway Patrolman. Our congratulations go to the three of them and special thanks for their service to our country.

In His abiding love,

Cecil Moon

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