LETTER: Drop SEAL charges

I'd like to believe I'm writing on behalf of my fellow Americans. I'd like to believe I'm writing on behalf of the men and woman whose voices are now silent because they died defending my rights. I know who I am, and I am writing from a grateful heart to those who serve my country. God bless you and your families!
Commentary
Mar 23, 2010

 

I'd like to believe I'm writing on behalf of my fellow Americans. I'd like to believe I'm writing on behalf of the men and woman whose voices are now silent because they died defending my rights. I know who I am, and I am writing from a grateful heart to those who serve my country. God bless you and your families!

War is hell and nothing ever seems to make it any better. We now need to step up to the plate and let our voices be heard, from state to state and support what freedom really means!

Our government is now preparing to charge three Navy SEALS for violating the civil rights of a terrorist. Unfortunately, the man was injured during his apprehension, a stomach punch and a bloody lip. The same man who was involved in the killing and inhumane treatment of four innocent people. Killing wasn't enough, though, they had to desecrate their bodies and display the carnage for all of us to see, and their loved ones. God help me, because I'm not sure if I were those Navy SEALS that man would have made a trial date.

Please write or call any one you can to stop the prosecution of our troops. The man in the White House has the power, but he's too busy spending our money and turning a free nation into a doomed nation.

Catherine Hinds

Castalia