Turn on CNN right now and watch this shit, I'll break down the basic gist of it for you.
A group of soldiers in Baghdad were investigating a house after a firefight. They found a small cache of weapons in the house, sniper rifles, machine guns, ammo, and night vision goggles. They take four Iraqis from house into a Bradley armored vehicle to taken back to the base to be charged for weapons possession and terrorist activity. The leader of the squad started saying that all that would happen is that these guys would be put back on the streets in a couple of weeks, and they needed to be "taken care of." In doing so they took them down to a canal, and shot all four of the Iraqis in the back of the head while they were tied up and blind folded.
The fact that there is an actual investigation into if these guys are hero's is fucking mind boggling. Has ANYONE ever payed attention to the Geneva conventions? Like when has it gotten acceptable in this country to shoot people without any application of the law?
Just a note: If you can't use the "Hey man, you don't know what war is like" argument on me if you haven't actually experienced war, cause in fact, you don't know what it's like.