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Old November 10, 2018, 01:05 PM   #31
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Yea, right.
He absolutely is correct.

Is there such a thing as "too close" ?
No. Train to be most comfortable with the close in grappling fight and it only gets easier.

You can spin it any way you want but Askins cold blooded killing was not an act of war.
If those Germans have surrendered their "lethal means to resist" is actually a war crime called "Murder".

Acts of resistance such as smashing the distributors on their surrendered unarmed vehicles is not a crime nor should it have been unexpected either. In fact they have a duty to continue non-lethal resistance.

Prisoners of war, not being nationals of the detaining power, are not bound to it by any duty of allegiance and naturally cannot be obliged to provide it with any assistance nor any information other than that required to identify them and register their capture.
Prisoners have a duty of allegiance to their countries Armed Forces not their captors.

What those Germans did was perfectly legal and they did not deserve to be murdered for it.
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