Fully Exonerate Marine Special Operators

April 21, 2017 0 Comments

120 Marines and Sailors were falsely accused of war crimes by Army officers which the accused never committed.

"These Marines fought bravely and the true story is now clear. Support this bill to allow these Marine Raiders to enjoy the liberties they fought so they can go about living their lives."

- Maj Fred Galvin

Please stand now for these Marines and Sailors who bravely and honorably served in combat in urging your US Representatives of the 115th Congress to support House Resolution 21. House Resolution 21 will be voted on soon to direct the Commandant of the Marine Corps to officially state that the Marines of Fox Company were completely not at fault for the ambush and fire fight on 4 March 2007 in Bati Kot, Afghanistan. These Marines continue to suffer by being denied military promotions, being involuntarily forced from their military service and being denied civilian jobs due to the unjust stigma of these false allegations. 




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