Why don't you identify specifically what actions or events you'd consider war crimes in reference to the prosecution of Operation Allied Force, and we can take it from there, m'kay?
posted on 12/02/2006 1:28:30 PM PST
Giving the order to bomb innocent civilians in order to protect Muhammedan terrorists.
The accused is none other than your hero, Bill Clinton.
Not only did he kill a lot of Christians, but he made those kneepads you wear fashionable.
posted on 12/02/2006 1:54:30 PM PST
(Sacrificing our land and our blood cannot buy protection from jihad.-Bishop Artemije of Kosovo)
["Why don't you identify specifically what actions or events you'd consider war crimes in reference to the prosecution of Operation Allied Force, and we can take it from there, m'kay?"]
Nice to see that gave your previous post a thorough revision.
However, you are directing your question in the wrong direction.
Feel free to find where I ever expressed views that would implicate US "servicemen" as "war criminals" in the events surrounding Operation Allied Force...I'll save you time...you won't find any.
Further, I don't consider General Wesley Clark (Supreme Allied Commander of Europe - NATO) to be a "serviceman" Rather he's is (was) a "policy maker."
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