[size=36]British newspaper: Trump pardons soldiers who committed war crimes in Iraq at the end of the week[/size]
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US Attorney Carly Pearson has published an article on US President Donald Trump's thinking of amnesty for soldiers convicted of war crimes outside the country.
The article entitled "If Trump pardons soldiers accused of war crimes, we will know the principles that defend it."
Carly says Trump issued a blanket amnesty for Michael, a former soldier who was convicted in 2009 of the deliberate murder of an unarmed civilian and a disgrace of clothing in Iraq on suspicion of belonging to al Qaeda.
Carly adds that rumors circulating in Washington now are that the White House is considering a similar amnesty for a large group of soldiers convicted of war crimes by the end of the week.
The pardon may include Edward Gallagher, former US special operations director who was convicted of a discriminatory personal policy of killing civilians and unarmed civilians in Afghanistan, and Matthew Golstein, accused of killing an unarmed Afghan civilian and a group of Marines They urinated on dead bodies of Afghans.
Carly concludes that if the decision were issued "it would be another sign that this administration in Washington does not weigh justice and does not enjoy the rule of law or the rule of law."
"If we add to this the prohibition of Muslims entering the country and the covert and sometimes explicit encouragement of racism, violence and extremism, the policy of igniting the war with Iran, and secret interviews with the world's most dictatorial and bloody rulers, we will know that Trump will not stop him from implementing more of his "Ending 29 / a 43