I guess with her ex looking at facing murder charges they are a match for each other.Trespass and theft as well as perjury. She is quite the catch !
Do you think that the Australian government tries to protect negative military stories being published much more than other countries in this position?I’ve just finished it too.
What struck me was the fact all of those who blew the whistle (and were interviewed for the book) have suffered irreparable mental or physical damage which will stay with them for life. A virtual life sentence if you will.
Whilst those who perpetrated the acts seem less likely to be held to account with every passing day. Now they have strong backing in some media circles to win their PR battle and hope the government quietly drop investigations.
Spoiler Alert - what shocked me was the book contains details of a meeting between the author and a soldier accused of war crimes. I didn’t expect any of them would be willing to talk, but one did. I won’t reveal details of what was said, but it gave a great insight into what was running through the heads of those perpetrating these acts.
Probably the best Australian book I’ve read in years, reveals far more background info than what’s been reported in the media.
Yeah.Do you think that the Australian government tries to protect negative military stories being published much more than other countries in this position?
We seem to try and hold the military forces at a very high level in terms of culture and respect.
Contradicted:Unconfirmed reports out of Afghanistan tonight that the Chinese have reactivated Bagram for the Taliban.
Denied last week, but there was an Indian newspaper report last month saying that an agreement had been reached for them to do so (again denied).
We'll see what comes out in the next couple of days.