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sabrina 1 Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jun-07-10 05:36 AM
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37. He made a pledge to defend and protect the Consitution, not
war criminals. Nor is he obligated to follow illegal orders, which he may have felt he was doing once he realized the extent of the crimes being committed.

I don't know why people always forget exactly what the oaths taken by members of our government and of the military obligate them to do.

With a really good defense team I could see him getting off as he was only doing his duty exposing people who are basically domestic enemies.
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