That the chain of command in the murder--why call it a death?--of Pat Tillman committed a series of "missteps" is a given.
That they also perpuated an ongoing criminal enterprise to coverup the details behind Tillman's death is also a given.
What about the facts that aren't listed in this article? Like burning his flak vest and clothes after Tillman's murder? Why burn such items unless a cover-up was needed immediately?Wouldn't those items be needed for an impartial investigation?
Why don't we hear about this kind of gross evidence-tampering?
By the time of this so-called friendly fire incident, Tillman was no longer the Pentagon darling. He saw the wars for what they were: shameless war mongering and profit-taking and was starting to speak this truth to the Army.
Will the Bush/Cheney Regime sink to any depth to help maintain their grip on power and keep the various wars going?
Mar 28 2007 - 1:08pm