Tuesday, October 19, 2004


Jed Babbin is right that there will now have to be punishment for the good of the force as a whole. But what is amazing about this story is that the Army tried to keep it quiet. That, I surmise, was an attempt by the commanders to not have to arrest people and send them to jail. However, the seeming mutineers made thier refusal public and have kept focus on it. In so doing, they have made punishment more likely and more important. Really, bad choice.

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