38565Re: Shooting of wounded on battlefields
- May 4, 2006--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ricky Washburn <rwwiv@...>
>I've read, heard, seen somewhere that it is bad form, very bad form
> Seems though that there were alot more stories of
> comradeship out there than the shootings...
> --- Jfepperson@... wrote:
> > > Question, since most will recover and return to
> > the fight why is
> > > this a "horrible pratice"? This is a fight to the
> > death, what would
> > > you expect?
> > I think the notion of shooting a wounded man who is
> > helpless and cannot
> > defend himself is considered less than humane.
> > Frankly, I wonder how
> > much of this kind of practice was the result of
> > random bullets hitting
> > men who are down, i.e., it was not deliberate.
> > JFE
to shoot an enemy (or an animal) while he is taking a dump.
Bill Bruner __________________________________________________
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