“Hadji Girl” not against Code of JusticE

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Whew. I know I’ll sleep soooooooo much better knowing this. Heh.

“The U.S. military will not punish a Marine who performed an obscenity-laced song to a laughing and cheering crowd of fellow troops in Iraq making light of killing Iraqis, the Marine Corps said on Tuesday.

The Marines two weeks ago launched a preliminary inquiry into whether Cpl. Joshua Belile, who returned home from Iraq in March, violated military law or rules in singing the song, a four-minute video of which was posted on the Internet…

Another Marine Corps official, who asked not to be named because details of the inquiry are private, said poor taste, poor judgment and poor timing, not to mention offensive lyrics, do not necessarily amount to criminal conduct…”

US Marine exonerated for song about killing Iraqis…Media distorts the content of the song of course…”making light of killing Iraqis”..not quite but nice try.

YaY!
O.K. for those unfamiliar. It’s called the First Amendment.
And while some exceptions to the First Amendment protections have been recognized by the courts,they are justified in that the speech would cause substantial harm to the public.

Defamation consists of a publication of a statement of alleged fact which is false and which harms the reputation of another person, not a fictitious character in a tune that ahem..”offends” CA-IR. (Counsel on Izlamo Terrorism)

Speech not protected by the First Amendment, due to the fact that it causes panic, for instance- falsely shouting “fire” in a crowded theater.
This means that it would be very likely that his speech would really cause harm to others.

Whom did Joshua cause direct harm to exactly?..That’s right. No one, except in the twisted minds of the delusional anti-Semites at CA-IR.

Fighting words are a no no.
In Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the First Amendment does not protect what is known as “fighting words”, which means words which tend to inflict injury or tend to incite.

Um..Last time I checked Joshua was a U.S.Marine fighting for freedom. His tune viewed as “fighting words”?..Sorry, CA-IR, can’t stoop low enough to even honor that allegation with a response.

Incitement to crime eh?
It is a crime to incite someone else to commit a crime, and such speech is not protected by the First Amendment…
Crime eh?
The only ones committing crimes are CA-IR who are terrorists and the Mainstream Media in their distorted reporting of this tune and its alleged content.

Sedition.
Now that one’s classic.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld statutes which prohibit the advocacy of unlawful conduct against the government or the violent overthrow of the government, in which case CA-IR should be ceremoniously arrested. Now.

Well guess what CA-IR?..American courts haven’t ruled just yet that speech which is merely offensive to Muzlims, is against the Law.

Of course we haven’t heard much “noise” and ruckus from CA-IR about the torture ,mutilation and savage murders of beautiful young Soldiers, Pfc. Kristian Menchaca, 23, of Houston, and Pfc. Thomas L. Tucker, 25, of Madras, Ore.

But, wev’e come to expect that from you.

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For those familiar with the little ditty.
“Hadji Girl”, I love you anywayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy.
Sing on Joshua.

More lauding and gushing from me for Joshua at:
My Praises of Joshua Belile

To hear the tune again..or read the lyrics:
Sing On Marine Boy!

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Others singin along with me:
MichelleMalkin, 123beta, CaliforniaConservative

11 Responses to ““Hadji Girl” not against Code of JusticE”

  1. kkKKKaAArRRllLL mMmM says:

    AS ALWAYS ANGEL, GREAT POST..A PLEASURE TO READ YOUR SLANT ON A STORY THAT NEEDS TELLING…CARRY ON W.H.T.!!!!!

  2. Butch says:

    Thanks Angel…

  3. ABF says:

    Right On! … that’s most excellent … I wonder what CA-IR stance on NYT is … guess they wouldn’t go after their comrads.. lol

  4. Lemuel Calhoon says:

    “The U.S. military will not punish a Marine who performed an obscenity-laced song to a laughing and cheering crowd of fellow troops”

    If having one obscenity in the song makes it “obscenity-laced” then the New York Times must be “laced” with accurate reporting.

  5. Gayle says:

    This sort of crap makes me so angry, Angel. For Heaven’s sake, where are these people coming from? To think, with all the bs in rapp, and all the horrible sh*t on television, that they would even think about prosecuting him is so blatantly unfair it’s beyond belief!

    Lemuel Calhoon makes a good point!

  6. benning says:

    ‘Bout time the military legal eagles made a ruling that supported the men fighting the war! Now, let’s get the Haditha soldiers exonerated, and all the others accused of fighting a war, and jailed for it, released!

    The Brass in our military sometimes resembles the nancy boys of the MSM and the Senate Dems! GAD! They make me so mad!

  7. Old Soldier says:

    Angel, bet you won’t find this story on the front page of the NYT. This will go the same way as the exoneration of USMC Lt Pantano.

    Benning, don’t be too quick to judge the military brass. Their chain gets jerked pretty hard by Congressmen (especially the Democratic variety). Too, they actually will investigate even the appearance of impropriety.

  8. benning says:

    OS, I bow to your greater knowledge on the subject. But I have a big problem with a man being chained, and held in solitary, because of an allegation from an Iraqi.

  9. Brooke says:

    *Sigh*

    Those fighting to protect “innocent until proven guilty” are sadly not afforded the same rights.

  10. 123beta says:

    More Reuters Hypocrisy…

    Yesterday, Reuters published a damning article on exonerated……

  11. HILLARYNEEDSAVACATION says:

    Ever heard of the Girl from Hadji?…

    The mighty Angel who produces the impressive WHT,
    has reviewed the amusing tune from the beginning……