If it a question of inflaming passions, there is none to contest for the US.
Forget about terrorists.
Urinating on a corpse does not be-hove of a civilized being.
It does not make one any different from the terrorist who has been killed.
One of the U.S. Marines who was caught on video urinating on the corpses of suspected Taliban fighters has broken his silence to say that he’s not sorry for what he did and he’d do it again.
“These were the same guys that were killing our family, killing our brothers,” Sgt. Joseph Chamblin told ABC News affiliate WSOC in his first interview since the 2011 incident. Chamblin said he did regret any repercussions it may have had on the Marines, “but do I regret doing it? Hell no.”
When asked if the act of urinating on the corpses was his form of revenge, Chamblin told WSOC, “We’re human. Who wouldn’t want that if you lost your brother or mother? Wouldn’t you want revenge?”
The video, which was shot in July 2011 and surfaced online in January 2012, appears to show four men in uniform looking around before urinating on three dead bodies. At least one of the men chuckles as they do so.
“Have a great day, buddy,” one of the men is heard saying, apparently to a dead body.