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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

What Would A Warrior Do?: In defense of Marine Raider charged with manslaughter | Marine Times

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Gunnery Sgt. Josh Negron is currently facing a court martial for manslaughter after he punched a U.S. military contractor in the face. However, eyewitnesses and video shows that everything Negron did was lawful and in defense of his fellow Marine Raider. A severely intoxicated contractor was on the verge of attacking a Marine when Negron stepped in and punched him one time in order to protect the Raider. He and his friends then brought the drunken and unconscious contractor back to the base and cared for him, but he never regained consciousness. Now, bureaucrats-in-uniform are looking to use their power to ruin Negron’s life in hopes of gaining a promotion or “good job” from their boss.

Source: https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/opinion/2020/03/07/what-would-a-warrior

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