ARMY WILL SEEK DEATH PENALTY AGAINST
STAFF SGT WHO SLAUGHTERED 16 AFGHAN
CIVILIANS (NINE OF THEM CHILDREN) - MASS
MURDERER ROBERT BALES TO BE PORTRAYED
AS "VICTIM" OF PTSD - NO EXCUSE - DIRTBAG
NCO DEFENDED BY "DEEP IN-DENIAL" WIFE

© 2012 MilitaryCorruption.com

The Army has announced prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a staff sergeant who went on a killing spree earlier this year in Afghanistan.

S/SGT Robert Bales could be executed if found guilty, but seeing that a Muslim-fanatic major killed 13 Americans and wounded 56 more soldiers at Fort Hood in 2009 and has yet to be brought to trial, much less justice, Bales doesn't have to worry about paying for the evil he did by giving up his worthless life.

His lawyers are slick. But whining about "PTSD" causing Bales to shoot dead 7 adults and 9 children in an Afghan village near his base is no excuse. There are plenty of combat veterans who suffer from PTSD without using it as a cover to commit murder.

Bales knew what he was doing when he slipped off his base before dawn on March 11, 2012 and started homicidal mayhem in a sleeping Afghan village.

He even told a fellow NCO what he'd done when he arrived back at base, drenched in his victims' blood.

NO JUSTIFICATION FOR COLD-BLOODED MURDER

Now, we are supposed to believe that because Bales has served four deployments in a war zone (in both Iraq and Afghanistan) we should give him a pass and pity this pathetic piece of protoplasm.

We say HELL NO. He killed innocent people and endangered the lives of his buddies, as well. Bales is a no-good dirtbag and a rope is too good for the likes of him.

His "deep-in-denial" wife, can't comprehend what her husband has done.

"I don't know if Bob will get a fair trial or not," she tittered to a reporter.

"I'm happy Bob and I can visit every weekend," she gushed. "I can see and feel the love that flows between my children and their father."

Gee, that's nice, lady. The "children" that your dear hubby blew away at close range in his murderous rage would have liked to have lived and known the "love" of their families as well.