Grant immunity from prosecution for military, whilst on Govt Duty

#41
But not carte Blanche

Is it legitimate to drag off your enemy after wounding them, hide from overwatch, turn off cameras (badly), conspire to murder, murder, confess on the camera that you thought was off and carry out your conspiracy of silence - because you’re a ‘hero’?

Unlike all the other ‘heroes’ before and after you who have the ability to control themselves through the heat of battle and are capable of administering aid to their enemy or let you have the dignity of dieing as you are instead of executing
No of course not
 
#42
I must admit, that I had expected some debate on the topic, but perhaps not as much as has been raised.
I was looking to raise awareness of the issues, as "Facebook" seemed to be flooded with serving and ex military showing disgust with what is currently going on in regards to reopening of Op Banner cases.
I agree with a few comments about it being a "bit open", but as I said earlier, you are limited to the amount of words you can use, and actually it was amended slightly, as the original petition mentioned the actions of a now "disgraced and former" lawyer who tried to prosecute soldiers for alleged abused committed in Iraq

Sooopoooo........

If it turns out that the little girl that went missing in a BAOR garrison 30 odd years ago was kidnapped and murdered by a then serving soldier, you’d support immunity from prosecution as he was a ‘serving soldier’?

The road to hell is paved with ill thought through good intentions.
 
#43
Making government employee´s exempt from the law, giving them license to do whatever they want or be ordered to do whatever somebody in government wants them to do regardless of the law?

What could possibly go wrong?

This country is in rapid free fall, we don´t have freedom of speech, most of the people are in severe debt, brexit is not going to be delivered and now we have people demanding that the government send it´s people out to act with impunity.

Talk about sawing off the branch you are sitting on.
 
#44
Being investigated for crimes that happenned 40 years ago?

Keep your mouth shut, refuse to even acknowledge any investigator.

It would be interesting to see any evidence that can be produced, especially since PIRA hit the forensic labs with a 3000lb device in ‘92.
 
#46
But not carte Blanche

Is it legitimate to drag off your enemy after wounding them, hide from overwatch, turn off cameras (badly), conspire to murder, murder, confess on the camera that you thought was off and carry out your conspiracy of silence - because you’re a ‘hero’?

Unlike all the other ‘heroes’ before and after you who have the ability to control themselves through the heat of battle and are capable of administering aid to their enemy or let you have the dignity of dieing as you are instead of executing
[littlejohn]

So you love ISIS you Taliban hugging traitor.

[/littlejohn]
 
#47
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#49
But not carte Blanche

Is it legitimate to drag off your enemy after wounding them, hide from overwatch, turn off cameras (badly), conspire to murder, murder, confess on the camera that you thought was off and carry out your conspiracy of silence - because you’re a ‘hero’?
thank goodness nobody has ever done that, imagine the arguments it would cause
 
#50
"A statutory time limit of 5 years to be applied and back-dated in regards to the rights of people to bring prosecutions for alleged offences committed by members of the British Military taking part in Govt Sanctioned Operations. After this period, the military should be exempt from prosecution."


Many people are amazed and disgusted at the treatment of our fellow ex and currently serving brothers and sisters, who are being prosecuted for crimes allegedly commit years ago. Please sign the attached petition, so that the politicians in Westminster wake up and do something about it.

Petition: Grant immunity from prosecution for military, whilst on Govt Duty.
The thread title contradicts the actual proposal.
 

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