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Military Injustice? Maj. Weirick’s Incredible Ride in the Taliban Urination Video Case
[This article was first published on July 7, 2014]
Most Americans have no idea what ever became of the shocking case of U.S. Marines urinating on Taliban terrorist corpses after a firefight. The incident was captured on video and posted on YouTube. In a story that some didn’t want told, we explain what became of the case: it collapsed under allegations of unlawful command influence against the head of the Marine Corps: Gen. James Amos. In an exclusive interview with me for BlueForceTracker.com, Maj. James Weirick, a Judge Advocate, explains what he did when he felt an injustice was occurring against the accused Marines. And he tells what happened to him when he blew the whistle.
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