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    US newspaper: Trump may forgive an officer who committed war crimes in Iraq

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    US newspaper: Trump may forgive an officer who committed war crimes in Iraq Empty US newspaper: Trump may forgive an officer who committed war crimes in Iraq

    Post by rocky Sun 19 May 2019, 2:13 am

    [size=36]US newspaper: Trump may forgive an officer who committed war crimes in Iraq[/size]

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    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
    US President Donald Trump has asked for amnesty files for many US military suspects or convicted of war crimes, including a military man on trial for firing at unarmed civilians while serving in Iraq, The New York Times reported. 
    The report, quoting unnamed US officials interviewed by Mawazine News, said Trump had asked for the immediate preparation of the necessary documents and said he was considering pardoning those men on May 27 "Memorial Day", in which the United States commemorates the anniversary. Whose soldiers were killed in the fighting. 
    An official said the compilation of amnesty files normally takes months, but the Justice Ministry urged the work to be completed before the holiday.
    One of the requests is Edward Gallagher, commander of special operations in the US Navy Special Forces, who is due to appear in court in the coming weeks for shooting at unarmed civilians and killing a prisoner with a knife while serving in Iraq. 
    The New York Times said it was also believed to include the case of Major Matthew Golstein, an Army Special Forces officer accused of killing an unarmed Afghan in 2010. 
    The White House and the Justice Department did not respond to requests for comment on the report.


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    Post by rocky Sun 19 May 2019, 2:38 am

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    Trump pardons US soldiers who committed war crimes, some of them in Iraq

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    (Reuters) - US President Donald Trump has asked to prepare files on amnesty for many US military suspects or convicted of war crimes, including a military who is to be tried for firing at unarmed civilians while serving in Iraq, The New York Times reported.
    The report, quoting unnamed US officials, said Trump had asked for the immediate preparation of the necessary documents and said he was considering pardoning those men on May 27 "Memorial Day" in which the United States salutes the memory of its soldiers killed in the fighting. 
    An official said the amnesty collection would normally take months, but the Justice Department urged it to be completed before the holiday. One of the requests, Edward Gallagher, the special operations commander of the US Navy Special Forces, who is due to appear in court over the coming weeks, Insolute and kill an enemy prisoner with a knife while serving in Iraq. 
    The New York Times said it was also believed to include the case of Major Matthew Golstein, an Army Special Forces officer accused of killing an unarmed Afghan in 2010.


    http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=198285
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