Was Sargent Bales operating alone?
In my opinion there is something mighty suspicious about the recent tragic murder of the innocent Afghans allegedly committed by a lone US Army Staff Sargent. As Trevor Loudon’s website article shows maybe there is more to it than meets the eye.
Here is an excerpt:
In an interview with Press TV’s U.S. Desk on Tuesday, Duff argued that the number of soldiers who committed the crime was more than one—despite earlier claims by the U.S. military that “only one U.S. soldier” was involved in the killings…
Duff insists that new evidence shows those involved “were not drunk.” He said they had “the permission” to leave their base and used a vehicle to drive “two miles” away to get the village where the fatal shooting took place. “They could not have left the base without the permission of the commanding officer revenge raid.”
Duff added that “No vehicle could possibly leave the gate of an American facility without the permission of an officer after midnight unless it were on an authorized military action.”
He also said that the soldiers even carried enough “gasoline cans” which they used to set the bodies on fire.
I realise we should not jump to conclusions or indulge in conspirsy theorys but I cannot help but smell a rat. As the old adage says: there is no smoke without fire.