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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Great article sir, thank you.
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LTC David Brown
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Read a bunch of the comments by liberals at the end of the piece. Pretty clear they are completely ignorant of the intelligence required to become a Green Beret. Their conceit and arrogance is incredible. When you use the term waterboarding there are a bunch of derivations. These clowns are totally ignorant.
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Barry Davidson
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Last I checked detainees weren't wearing a country's uniform, haven't been claimed by a government as a member of their military, nor were they acting in any country's interests as a member of their military. Hell, even the Contras were smart enough to wear those arm bands so that they'd be protected by the Conventions if captured.

As far as I'm concerned those guilty of terrorist actions should be introduced to a couple ounces of lead traveling a few hundred feet per second to the back of the head. Letting them in front of cameras wasn't the best of plans. (I have a few expletives I thought of as I typed that, but I'm trying to be PG.)

Correct me if I'm wrong here, but the US military already has regulations about interrogation techniques. There are two sources that can change those regulations. Congress, and the Joint Chiefs if the former hasn't ruled. The Commander-in-Chief can weigh in, but if Congress has already passed military regulations then they have to change or remove them.
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