Leader Telegram | 07Jun2009 | Thomas Mueller
Double standard for war crimes
We're concerned about German war crimes? Why aren't American war crimes
An 89-year-old man, John Demjanjuk, is being held accountable for
things he most likely was forced to do during World War II, the same as
U.S. soldiers must abide by their orders.
The United States has committed war crimes too, so why should the
United States or anyone condemn this man for acting as he was ordered
to? Maybe your son or daughter should go to prison for killing innocent
people in any war the U.S. is involved in. What is the difference?