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Well on first sight, it looks a rum business, now lets look at another scenario.
"This particular prisoner, proved beyond a doubt, during the post capture and peliminary interrogation phase, to be a danger to himself and others.
The prisoner was initially loosely tied , but after trying to bite and spit at his captors and fellow prisoners, as well throwing himself, with some force, to the ground, at every possible opportunity,we were left with no option.
Therefore for his own, and the safety of all concerned, we padded a cargo net, inserted him in it, suspended him from the fork lift tongs, so in a state of support, with supervision, he couldn't present a danger to himself and others."
You may despatch my large case of yellow handbag to the usual address
Edited to take out the political comment, and stating the bleeding obvious
The Germans made it quite clear in 1943, do not send films to Von Boots of any atrocities!
Bloody hell, we did that to 'bayonets' in our warehouse in the 1980's, no danger of course and they were fully compliant! They only missed the NAAFI wagon!
I wouldn't be suprised if it turns out to be like the Marine's bullet holed helmet, just a jolly jape! And if it is an OC I hope he was left up there and missed dinner!
After GW1 a friend of a friend sent his photos to boots for development - He had taken all the usual pics - him and his mate in the desert, 2 dead iraqis, him sitting onto of his truck, 3 dead iraqis! you know that sort of thing and they developed them! Except they put stickers over the faces of the dead bodies when returning them to him!