Wednesday, March 08, 2006

US Soldier's Rape Sentence Cut Due to Iraq Stress

Hmm...I wonder how much stress he cause the woman he fucking raped.

A U.S. soldier who raped a Nigerian woman in Italy was given a lighter sentence because the court deemed his tour of duty in Iraq had made him less sensitive to the suffering of others.

You could make the same argument for Reality TV.

James Michael Brown, a 27-year-old paratrooper from Oregon stationed in northern Italy, was sentenced to five years and eight months for rape in February 2004.
Brown beat and handcuffed the woman, a Nigerian resident in the town of Vicenza. He raped her vaginally and anally and left her to wander the streets naked in search of help.

Just like Iraq. You have to be kidding me. I don't see the connection unless Brown was raping Iraqi insurgents. We're in trouble people, we're soon to have thousands of brave young men return from Iraq with the idea they now have a free pass to do whatever they want and act nutty cause they've been guiding missiles into the windows of mud huts.

The crime would have earned him an eight-year sentence, but the judges reduced the penalty due to the "extenuating circumstances" of the psychological effects of Brown's year of service in Iraq.

Whoa, eight years for rape in Italy? Do women like rape in Italy? What the fuck? We get eight years in prison for driving funny.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is a good one! if I was a woman in a war zone I would just run and hide or if I was in the war zone, I would grab the first woman and screw until my truck hits an IED. what the hell

March 09, 2006 12:47 PM  

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