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THE TRIAL IS OVER: SSGT WUTERICH PLEADS GUILTY TO ONE COUNT OF NEGLIGENT DERELICTION OF DUTY
Defend Our Marines ^ | January 23, 2012 | Nathaniel R. Helms and David Allender

Posted on 01/23/2012 7:08:17 PM PST by RedRover

Camp Pendleton, Calif. – The General Court Martial of US Marine Corps SSgt Frank D. Wuterich ended Monday morning after a plea deal was reached over the weekend. In return for a guilty plea to one count of Negligent Dereliction of Duty, the six-year ordeal of the 31-year old father of three is finally over.

Negligent dereliction is a lesser included offense detailed in Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, Dereliction of Duty. Before the agreement, SSgt Wuterich was charged with “Willful Dereliction of Duty,” a much more severe offense. In return for his plea, 13 charges, including nine counts of Voluntary Manslaughter, two counts of Aggravated Assault, and two other charges of willful dereliction were dropped.

SSgt Wuterich faced more than 160 years in prison if he had been found guilty and sentenced to the maximum sentence allowed by law on each count. That option was never really on the table although the specter of life in prison wore heavily on everyone associated with the case since SSgt Wuterich and seven other Marines were charged with massacring 24 civilians in Haditha, Iraq on Nov. 19, 2005.

The maximum sentence military judge LtCol David Jones can now impose on SSgt Wuterich is three months confinement and loss of two -thirds of his pay while he is confined. The staff sergeant told the judge he earns $3,486 a month. At risk if he is incarcerated are his three little girls, who are otherwise without a resident parent.

SSgt Wuterich admitted he failed to maintain "adequate tactical control" of three Marines he was leading and made a "negligent verbal order." While answering the military judge’s questions before the deal was done, SSgt Wuterich said comments he made to troops he was leading were negligent and may have led to the "tragic" deaths of the women and children.

"I took a team of Marines to clear houses to the south of the site [where House 1 and House 2 are situated] and did use the words 'shoot first, ask questions later,' or something to that affect prior to clearing or entering there," he said.

The six-year long tragedy was triggered by a specious story in Time magazine in which reporter Tim McGirk accused a squad of Marines from Kilo, 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines of running rampant through two houses full of civilians killing everyone they saw in revenge for the IED death of one of their own. McGirk graduated from University of California Berkeley and is now teaching there with money the university obtained from donors to create a fellowship teaching investigative journalism. McGirk was never at Haditha and relied on two known insurgent sympathizers masquerading as human rights workers for his “facts.”

Twenty-four Iraqis were killed, the Marine Corps has said, including six women and four children as Marines tried to find the gunmen who had been firing on them from houses near the bomb blast. Five Iraqi men died on a road the Marines called Route Chestnut, the only hard-surfaced thoroughfare into the southern part of the city. SSgt Wuterich testified he took a knee and shot them when they tried to flee after they inexplicably showed up seconds before the bomb exploded. Several witnesses testified they were the only Iraqis driving on the road when the blast occurred.

McGirk’s helpful human rights advocates, one of whom had just been released from Abu Ghraib prison , and the other whom Marine signal-intercept specialists had been monitoring for months, were heard before the attack planning how to record the event for propaganda purposes. Six of the victims died in the first house the four Marines stormed and eight more died in the second they cleared with grenades and rifle fire.

The event was precipitated by the gruesome death of twenty-year old LCpl Miguel “T.J.” Terrazas, who died when a remotely detonated roadside bomb tore both him and the Humvee he was riding in to pieces. The bomb was buried in the hard-surfaced road and then concealed with fresh cement in plain view of the victims who lived there. Two other Marines were wounded in the attack. The decimated squad was then fired upon by unseen gunman they believed were hiding in and around two houses filled with civilians.

After the initial hearing concluded about 9:00 am PT, SSgt Wuterich shook hands with his attorneys and then turned to hug his parents David and Rosemarie Wuterich, who have been in the court room every day since testimony began two weeks ago.

Lead defense attorney Neal Puckett told LtCol Jones the negotiations that caused a flurry of speculation Wednesday and Thursday never ended but in fact had continued through the weekend. He offered the observation after LtCol Jones told the court that the first round of bargaining “fell through” before court resumed Friday morning.

"Nothing ever fell through,” Puckett corrected the unusually patient judge before the settlement was announced. “I’d like to get that on the record.”

Defend Our Marines has e-mailed McGirk for a comment. As of this writing he has not replied.

Sentencing is scheduled for Tuesday morning at 8:30 am PT.


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1 posted on 01/23/2012 7:08:26 PM PST by RedRover
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To: Minnehaha NYC; tarheelswamprat; Sergeant Tim; smoothsailing; 4woodenboats; American Cabalist; ...
Major Jeff Dinsmore is scheduled to testify tomorrow in matters of mitigation and extenuation before sentencing. Hearing should last until noon or beyond.
2 posted on 01/23/2012 7:10:42 PM PST by RedRover
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To: RedRover

I understand, but I am crying over this. Ssgt. Wuterich DID NOTHING WRONG!!!! AT ALL!!!


3 posted on 01/23/2012 7:12:20 PM PST by Jemian
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To: RedRover
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The Haditha Marines-The Squad Leader-A Final Chapter (SSgt Wuterich-Master Thread)

DEFEND OUR MARINES


4 posted on 01/23/2012 7:15:00 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: RedRover

Someone out there needs to Give SSGT Wurlrich a great Job!!!

“They Had to get someone”.Because they don’t have the Guts to admit their “EPIC FAIL”

Thank You Forever SSGT....For all you have done. for the Lives saved and for Victory!


5 posted on 01/23/2012 7:16:09 PM PST by LtKerst (Lt Kerst)
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To: RedRover

Utterly disgusting, but they needed their pound of flesh. I hope the judge is lenient.


6 posted on 01/23/2012 7:16:58 PM PST by 1010RD (First, Do No Harm)
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To: Jemian

Trials are called trials for good reason. It is difficult to understand the pressure if one had never been a defendant. It is unfortunate, but perhaps for the best. That said, I -hate- it when an innocent pleads out.


7 posted on 01/23/2012 7:18:14 PM PST by Psalm 144 (Preparation ZOT, for prompt relief from annoying romnoids.)
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To: Jemian
Solzhenitsyn and other writers about life in the Soviet Gulag noted that if you'd actually done something the penalty was ten years. You had to have done nothing at all to get twenty five years!

Looks like that's where Obama has taken us.

8 posted on 01/23/2012 7:20:41 PM PST by muawiyah
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To: RedRover

“Tim McGirk”

If this natiom was sane, this sack of excrement would be tried for treason, convicted, put up against a wall, and shot.

Instead he has a cushy position at UC Berkley. No surprise there...


9 posted on 01/23/2012 7:23:35 PM PST by piytar (Rebellion is here! Free Republic is on the front line! NEVER SURRENDER!)
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To: RedRover

As usual, a good NCO takes the blame for the epic SNAFU of Bureaucrats and Generals setting suicidal rules of engagement. Reminds me of the scumbag JAG officer that wouldn’t allow issue XM118LR ammo to be used because it was “hollow point”. (it isn’t, it’s an open tip match grade round that’s perfectly legal and currently being issued.) The sniper that protested this judgement got an article-15 even though he was correct. SHE, ahem... probably got promoted.


10 posted on 01/23/2012 7:25:44 PM PST by Tailback
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To: piytar

Nation PIMF


11 posted on 01/23/2012 7:27:35 PM PST by piytar (Rebellion is here! Free Republic is on the front line! NEVER SURRENDER!)
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To: Jemian

You and me and a lot of other people, too, Jemian. I pray the judge shows wisdom tomorrow.


12 posted on 01/23/2012 7:29:44 PM PST by RedRover
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To: RedRover
Red..thanks for all the work...this is one ping I really didn't want to get.
13 posted on 01/23/2012 7:31:27 PM PST by stylin19a (obama - "FREDO" smart)
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To: Jemian

well he said he scrod up, still it’s flabbergasting how a little screw up got blown into a murder case.


14 posted on 01/23/2012 7:32:09 PM PST by HiTech RedNeck (Sometimes progressives find their scripture in the penumbra of sacred bathroom stall writings (Tzar))
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To: stylin19a

Thanks, stylin. And it’s one I never wanted to send.

Pray Frank and the family can shake off this hideous nightmare and put something like their old lives together again.


15 posted on 01/23/2012 7:36:22 PM PST by RedRover
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To: RedRover; smoothsailing

There are many mitigating and extenuating matters in this case.

SSgt Wuterich stood tall and took all responsibility and has been an exemplary Marine working at Camp Pendleton for over five years, the entire time this has been hanging over him and his family.

No further punishment in warranted in my view, he should be allowed to get on with his life with his three girls and family.


16 posted on 01/23/2012 7:40:53 PM PST by jazusamo (If you don't like growing older, don't worry. You may not be growing older much longer: T. Sowell)
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To: piytar; jazusamo; smoothsailing
An NPR station has a piece that includes an interview with McGirk HERE. I can't bear to listen yet.
17 posted on 01/23/2012 7:46:34 PM PST by RedRover
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To: jazusamo; RedRover; smoothsailing; Girlene

If there really was any justice left in the world the judge would overturn the plea deal and throw the case out with prejudice.


18 posted on 01/23/2012 7:46:49 PM PST by bigheadfred
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To: jazusamo

Absolutely right.


19 posted on 01/23/2012 7:48:39 PM PST by RedRover
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To: bigheadfred; RedRover; smoothsailing; Girlene
throw the case out with prejudice.

That is a distinct possibility.

20 posted on 01/23/2012 7:54:17 PM PST by jazusamo (If you don't like growing older, don't worry. You may not be growing older much longer: T. Sowell)
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To: RedRover

They should have been given Bronze Medals.


21 posted on 01/23/2012 7:54:58 PM PST by gigster (Cogito, Ergo, Ronaldus Magnus Conservatus)
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To: RedRover

Frankly I could not care less what that sack of crap McGirk has to say. He gave aid and comfort to the enemy, took more soldiers out of the fight than most jihadists, and is pleased about it.

He can go to Hell, and my bet (not speaking for God, just my bet) is that he will.


22 posted on 01/23/2012 7:55:17 PM PST by piytar (Rebellion is here! Free Republic is on the front line! NEVER SURRENDER!)
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To: RedRover

Thanks Red but I won’t listen to that turkey either.


23 posted on 01/23/2012 7:56:08 PM PST by jazusamo (If you don't like growing older, don't worry. You may not be growing older much longer: T. Sowell)
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To: jazusamo
he should be allowed to get on with his life with his three girls and family.

You forgot one thing, Honorably.

24 posted on 01/23/2012 7:57:04 PM PST by Michael Barnes (Obamaa+ Downgrade)
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To: RedRover

When you look at the big picture and the entire timeline, from when that simpleton McGirk’s story appeared in TIME and the perfumed princes of the Pentagon got their panties in a twist, until now, the good guys got 99.99% cleared and the political whores and lefty scum got jack squat.

Meanwhile, the stain left on those Marine Corps leaders who relentlessly went after a combat veteran who lost a buddy in battle will never be scrubbed away. Screw them. Semper fidelis my ass.


25 posted on 01/23/2012 7:59:05 PM PST by Lancey Howard
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To: Michael Barnes

A valid point but I already consider him honorable and should have stated it.


26 posted on 01/23/2012 8:00:40 PM PST by jazusamo (If you don't like growing older, don't worry. You may not be growing older much longer: T. Sowell)
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To: RedRover

At risk if he is incarcerated are his three little girls, who are otherwise without a resident parent.

The judge won’t care about that because the judge knows that he is required to have a Dependent care plan so I kinda think it was a bad idea to use that as a way to get a lesser punishment. Showing that all the other offenders were not punished might be a better way of proving his desire of no punishment or lesser punishment.


27 posted on 01/23/2012 8:01:58 PM PST by napscoordinator (Newt MUST win the nomination to get rid of Romney and Obama....Dear God let November 2012 go our way)
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To: jazusamo; RedRover

You are so right, Jaz. The last six years are punishment enough. I hope the judge understands.


28 posted on 01/23/2012 8:04:03 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: Jemian

I understand, but I am crying over this. Ssgt. Wuterich DID NOTHING WRONG!!!! AT ALL!!!

Ssgt Wurerich disagrees with you. He even says so in this story.


29 posted on 01/23/2012 8:04:06 PM PST by napscoordinator (Newt MUST win the nomination to get rid of Romney and Obama....Dear God let November 2012 go our way)
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To: muawiyah
You had to have done nothing at all to get twenty-five years

Yeah, Solzhenitsyn, and his fellow Gulag pals called them "Quarters".

30 posted on 01/23/2012 8:04:13 PM PST by gigster (Cogito, Ergo, Ronaldus Magnus Conservatus)
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To: RedRover

One for the Corps for Wuterice, and zero for those who deserve whipping: his prosecutors.


31 posted on 01/23/2012 8:05:52 PM PST by OldNavyVet
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To: RedRover

I’ll pray with you that the Judge shows wisdom tomorrow.


32 posted on 01/23/2012 8:14:49 PM PST by mojo114 (Pray for our military)
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To: RedRover; All

Thanks for your outstanding work on bringing the threads to this forum, RedRover. (somewhat)GOOD NEWS! BTTT for America’s finest!


33 posted on 01/23/2012 8:25:34 PM PST by PGalt
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To: piytar
Spot on piytar. This wee little mcgirk will get his. I look forward to the day when Berkeley and its pukefaced professors are treated similarly.
These gutless bastards roam free in this country because of the valor of men like SSgt. Wurterich. Makes me madder than hell.
They sit back and have themselves a good laugh.
Well SSgt Frank and his girls will come out on top. What drives me berserk is we let this kind of $hit go on for years.
Yes, were we a sane country indeed. May the loathsome mcgirk go penniless and starve with AIDS.
$hit, I need to go read some good news…
Arghhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!
34 posted on 01/23/2012 8:30:21 PM PST by bksanders (Â…tagline redacted by SOPA)
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To: RedRover

I just listened to the whole thing, strictly for the schadenfreude. It was probably what you might expect: McGirk’s response is, “How do you explain to the relatives of the Iraqi civilians, including women and children and a man in a wheelchair, why Wuterich is getting off with a slap on the wrist?” McGirk remains to this day a complete asshole. (By the way, he sounds very gay. No joke.)

There were three people interviewed during the 16 minute radio show. The correspondent, Alison St. John, was actually very fair and did a nice job of reporting. The adjunct law professor, Jane Siegel, spent a career in the Marines as a lawyer but in this interview she sounded clueless and offered nothing of substance, IMO.

I did get the impression that the host (no name given) was a scumbag lefty (NPR, surprise, surprise) and it was fun listening to her gnash her teeth near the end.

One thing I did find interesting is that McGirk always pronounces “Haditha” with the accent on the first syllable - “HAH-dith-ah” whereas I have always heard everybody else pronounce it with the accent on the second syllable - “Ha-DEE-tha”.

Also, all of those people, including the alleged former Marine lawyer, seemed hopelessly confused about what the “rules of engagement” were in November 2005. They all agreed that it was always necessary to “positively identify targets” before shooting. They seemed utterly clueless about how Marines were trained to deal with “hostile” houses, etc.


35 posted on 01/23/2012 8:41:27 PM PST by Lancey Howard
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To: napscoordinator
Ssgt Wurerich disagrees with you. He even says so in this story

Get real. They always make defendants who plea out allocute. I'm sure his lawyers prepared him well. Wuterich did exactly what he had to do. At this point, it's all about the sentencing.

36 posted on 01/23/2012 8:49:04 PM PST by Lancey Howard
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To: Tailback
I remember the case. The female JAG Reservist exceeded her authority and jumped the chain of command by ordering snipers could not use M118LR Special Ball. When the Army sniper sergeant jumped the chain and told the three star-in-charge, there was an investigation. The investigation found M118 (and M118LR) special ball was authorized in September 1985 by a joint board of all the service's senior JAGs. The female JAG served the balance of her tour and got a mediocre officer evaluation (probably ending her career). The sergeant was reprimanded (wink, nod) and assigned as an instructor at the Army's Sniper School at Ft. Benning.

The Washington Times

January 20, 2006 Friday

BYLINE: By Bill Gertz and Rowan Scarborough, THE WASHINGTON TIMES

Sniper rounds

An Army judge advocate general (JAG) temporarily banned Army and Marine Corps snipers from using a highly accurate open-tip bullet.

The JAG, we are told, mistakenly thought the open-tip round was the same as hollow-point ammunition, which is banned. The original open-tip was known as Sierra Match King and broke all records for accuracy in the past 30 years.

The difference between the open-tip and the hollow point is that the open-tip is a design feature that improves accuracy while the hollow point is designed for increasing damage when it hits a target.

About 10 days ago, the Army JAG in Iraq ordered all snipers to stop using the open-tip 175-grain M118LR bullet, claiming, falsely, it was prohibited. Instead of the open-tip, snipers were forced to take M60 machine gun rounds out of belts and use them instead.

The order upset quite a few people here and in Iraq who said the JAG ignored the basic principle of every military lawyer that there is a presumption of legality for all issued weapons or ammunition that are made at the military service level at the time they are acquired.

“She forced snipers to use less accurate ammunition, thereby placing U.S. forces and Iraqi civilians at greater risk,” a Pentagon official said of the JAG, who was not identified by name. “And she incorrectly issued an order. JAGs may advise a commander, but they cannot issue orders.”

After Army lawyers were finally alerted to the JAG’s action, the order was lifted and the JAG was notified that the open-tip was perfectly legal for use by snipers. However, the reversal was followed by the Army officials’ taking retaliation against a sniper who blew the whistle on the bogus order. The sniper lost his job over a security infraction in reporting the JAG.

37 posted on 01/23/2012 8:57:25 PM PST by MasterGunner01 (11)
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To: napscoordinator
I understand, but I am crying over this. Ssgt. Wuterich DID NOTHING WRONG!!!! AT ALL!!! Ssgt Wurerich disagrees with you. He even says so in this story.

Wuterich's statement must be seen in light of its being part of a deal.

38 posted on 01/23/2012 8:59:09 PM PST by xzins (Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Pray Continued Victory for our Troops Still in Afghan!)
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To: RedRover

On the basis of a specious story in Time magazine, which was based on a hearsay account by a couple of enemy combatants, Sgt Wuterich was given a choice of facing either 160 years in prison, or 3 months for “dereliction of duty”.

What this comes down to is that Sgt Wuterich was forced to cop a lesser plea so that some over ambitious JAGS and an unethical reporter off the hook.


39 posted on 01/23/2012 9:00:15 PM PST by haroldeveryman
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To: napscoordinator
Ssgt Wurerich disagrees with you. He even says so in this story.

SSgt Wuterich is saying what is required for the plea. He tried to protect his men once he was told to clear "south". His men came home. It is very unfortunate when even one innocent is killed. But, just because an innocent is killed does not mean a Marine is guilty. IMO, this is the price of war. It was high that day.

SSgt Wuterich has lived with this uncertainty for six years, had his name impugned, been slandered by Congressmen.....

He's withstood more than most of us would be willing to do. He's admitting that he's done with this fight and is moving on....nothing more. (IMO, that is).
40 posted on 01/23/2012 9:01:35 PM PST by Girlene
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To: Lancey Howard; piytar; RedRover; jazusamo

Lancey, I just finished listening to it also. I wish I had known you were, I would have waited for your report! LOL!

What a waste of time (it was a 16 minute segment). I agree with your assessment. Siegel is a retired COL. St.John and the host (Maureen something) had those phony British uppity accents that seem to plague PBS. It’s like finger nails on a chalkboard listening to them. McGirk blamed the story of Haditha for the Iraqi’s hating us and throwing us out of Iraq. Either he was trying to take credit or doesn’t remember that he wrote the story. He sounded to me like he was on drugs. Maybe he’s a queer crackhead.


42 posted on 01/23/2012 9:13:46 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: vetposter; RedRover; smoothsailing; Jim Robinson; Admin Moderator

Had this troll (vetposter) done any research he’d know something about this case!

This is the trolls 4th post since signing on.


43 posted on 01/23/2012 9:16:50 PM PST by jazusamo (If you don't like growing older, don't worry. You may not be growing older much longer: T. Sowell)
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To: Girlene

I agree, the prosecution was going to get some number of pounds of flesh, they are getting the least possible. 6 years for this, what a waste of time and assets.


44 posted on 01/23/2012 9:17:32 PM PST by xone
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To: jazusamo; vetposter; RedRover; Jim Robinson; Admin Moderator
vetposter is no more. Good hunting, Mates!Photobucket
45 posted on 01/23/2012 9:22:41 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: Jim Robinson; Admin Moderator; smoothsailing; RedRover; vetposter

Thank you much, AM or Jim and thanks to you Smooth for an appropriate graphic!!


46 posted on 01/23/2012 9:27:22 PM PST by jazusamo (If you don't like growing older, don't worry. You may not be growing older much longer: T. Sowell)
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To: Girlene
He's admitting that he's done with this fight and is moving on....nothing more.

Every time I try to put my thoughts into words I end up in a rant. Well put.

47 posted on 01/23/2012 9:30:35 PM PST by amom
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To: smoothsailing; jazusamo

lol, smooth....love that pic. I missed the troll’s post, jaz, glad you were on it!


48 posted on 01/23/2012 9:31:18 PM PST by Girlene
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To: jazusamo

There was something really sick about that troll. It was probably McGirk.


49 posted on 01/23/2012 9:32:04 PM PST by smoothsailing
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To: Girlene; jazusamo

Jaz did great! That was the fastest Zot I’ve ever seen! LOL!


50 posted on 01/23/2012 9:37:10 PM PST by smoothsailing
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