- 26-04-2012, 12:37 #21
An incident is investigated, proceeded with until exhausted against the potential for either embarrasment or judgement against?
The sole good thing for the soldier concerned is that he is now exhonerated by a court, and people cannot say he was given special treatment (except in the case he was proceeded against to a higher standard than others are held?)
- 26-04-2012, 12:37 #22
- 26-04-2012, 12:49 #23
Unless there is evidence of malfeasance in public office or some other irregularity in prosecution (ie, deliberate altering a statements, etc) I would be at a loss to think of grounds?
If everything was correctly (ie, legally in order) done in the prosecution, I think you just have to swallow it and move on. If you can.
- 26-04-2012, 12:52 #24
In the career of glory one gains many things; the gout and medals, a pension and rheumatism....all of these fatigues experienced in your youth, you pay for when you grow old. Because one has suffered in years gone by, it is necessary to suffer more, which does not seem exactly fair.
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