Having promised a full and open inquiry, the Corps held many hearings in secret session, held the findings secret, and released its decision on the disposition of the case on the Friday afternoon before Memorial Day, the perfect time to bury such news in a long holiday weekend.
Sunday, June 08, 2008
I was on the road most of last week, so I'm behind on my reading. Here's a link to an editorial from this past week's Marine Corps Times criticizing the level of openness in the proceedings and report of the court of inquiry examining the actions of a Marine Corps special operations company in Afghanistan. Here's the crux:
Posted by Dwight Sullivan at 7:37 PM