These guys were there performing legally given assignments by their direct superiors. In other words the US Government. They swore an oath to do just that. Upon swearing that oath you give up the right to sue privately in military matters. It’s not as if they were suing about a privately owned lemon car or a defective TV.
The whole lawsuit is ridiculous. Too many TV shows or bad advice I think. If you don’t want to be put at risk don’t join the military. No one broke their arms to enlist. Too many people join and expect nothing bad to happen.
Recent comments by aoitoriko:
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Someone merely forgot the weekly envelope to the Police Benevolent Association.
- China Claims Senkaku Airspace:
Time for Japan to change article 9 in its Constitution and do a major rearmament including nukes.
- Miss Universe 2013 “A Parade of Monsters”:
With that chick dress as Megatron for the USA for some reason I keep expecting Apollo Creed to jump out in his Uncle Sam costume and James Brown to start singing Living in America. Too freaking funny!
- Shimakaze Konata “Ultimate” Lucky Star Crossover:
Always amazed that Australia, which was founded as a penal colony could become so backward thinking when it comes to loli’s. You would think them more progressive.
- Kyoukai no Kanata Blood & Guns Anime:
That’s what your foreskin is there for. It’s like a ceramic heat shield for your dick.