28 May 2011

The Wrong Stuff

The American soldier at the centre of the WikiLeaks revelations was so mentally fragile before his deployment to Iraq that he wet himself, threw chairs around, shouted at his commanding officers and was regularly brought in for psychiatric evaluations.

Two months after his arrival, the bolt was removed from his rifle because he was thought to be a danger, his lawyer, David Coombs, has confirmed.


4 comments:

max said...

A poor misunderstood homosexual social justice advocate took repeal of don't ask don't tell a little too far. He's a hero to many I'm sure.

Neo Conservative said...

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you've gotta wonder how poor tormented little bradley ever got past the psych evals...

"Joseph Staples, Mr Manning's uncle by marriage, said: 'It's one of those Catch 22 situations, because freedom of speech is great but if you do something that endangers other people's lives then I can understand why you're going to get flattened by the American military'."

and he's getting off easy whichever way this shakes out. in days past, this sort of behaviour would have put you in front of a firing squad.

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Mitchel44 said...

21st Century's answer to Klinger, minus the comedy.

Neo Conservative said...

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the usa is at war... this sniveling little traitor is lucky they don't just put him up against a wall & shoot him.

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