Alleged soldier rampage in Afghanista...

Alleged soldier rampage in Afghanistan a blow to special operations village security program

There are 5 comments on the The Washington Post story from Mar 12, 2012, titled Alleged soldier rampage in Afghanistan a blow to special operations village security program. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

The Army staff sergeant accused of massacring Afghan civilians while they slept was providing security at a remote base for special operations forces that were teaching the Afghans how to defend themselves.

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Kim Jong-un

Rochester, NY

#1 Mar 12, 2012
Well whats his name, wheres his picture??
Whats the secret? Whats the delay???
Gato Negro

Hollywood, FL

#3 Mar 12, 2012
So he was a green beret ?
Anonymous

Lubbock, TX

#4 Mar 12, 2012
The article says he was a conventional soldier, not a Green Beret. This program has received so many requests from Afghan villages that the military has had to bring in conventional soldiers to perform the basic duties (such as security, ammo stocking, etc.) so that the special forces can focus on training the locals to fight off Taliban.
Kev

Ruhland, Germany

#6 Mar 13, 2012
it was special operation. It does not matter, this motherfu..er has murdered a few dozen innocent people and he must be executed this disgusting crime.
ahmed

Pretoria, South Africa

#8 Mar 13, 2012
had this soldier been afghan he would have been shot on sight. afghan blood has no value

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