In July 2014, an Afghan judge classified the killer as a juvenile and sentenced Ainuddin Khudairaham to 7 years in prison. He killed the Marines with an AK-47 and proclaimed he had joined jihad. No steps were taken to restrict the ability of Jan or his entourage to execute or facilitate insider attacks such as securing Afghan weapons or posting armed Marine guards in areas in which they had access. Press reports from Afghanistan say Jan was promoted from police chief and assigned to another base. On Monday, White House press secretary Josh Ernest responded to queries about American service members being asked to look the other way when child rape occurs by touting the administration’s deep concern for protecting “basic human freedoms.”“The United States is deeply concerned about the safety and welfare of Afghan boys who may be exploited by members of the Afghan national security and defense forces,” Mr. “This form of sexual exploitation violates Afghan law and Afghanistan’s international obligations. We monitor such atrocities closely and have continually stood up for those who have suffered exploitation and denial of basic human freedoms.”On the question of what Americans can do to stop the rapes, he referred reporters to the Pentagon.
His lawsuits asks the District Court judge to order the Marines to turn over the file.“The Marine Corps has conducted no investigation into the tragic deaths at FOB Delhi, [and] provided none of the required record disclosures,” the lawsuit says. Bowe said the Obama administration has asked the judge to dismiss the case. Just click on whatever you want and enjoy free porn tapes.- The best mobile sex mp4 videos play or download for free.The Green Beret A-team leader chose to leave the Army. “He made it clear to me that the Afghan government will not tolerate the abuse of its children, or any of its people, and will thoroughly investigate all allegations and administer justice appropriately,” the four-star general said.
The Army has selected his sergeant, Charles Martland, for involuntary separation because of the reprimand. But an Army veteran of several tours in Afghanistan said senior commanders almost always told officers to not make an issue of witnessed abuse.“Sure, there is nothing that precludes a service member from telling the chain of command, although one caveat,” the soldier told The Washington Times.– Sex is selling in Afghanistan despite Islamic laws that make prostitution punishable by death, the AP reports.