Re: Manslaughter Charges for Acidental Friendly Fire Incident?
That depends on circumstance, really. If they were out on patrol, then as soon as they cleared the gates, all of them would have put a round in the chamber.
Originally Posted by PsiKnot
"Weapons status red," as we say in the Army.
I mean, if you get hit with an IED, are you going to take that extra second to pull back your charging handle when you should be engaging targets?
Given a fair trial, I think he'll be alright. There are plenty of things he has going for him, though muzzle accountability is always a big thing...