In August, Fox News reported that two Army soldiers, Captain Daniel Quinn and Sergeant First Class Charles Martland, faced repercussions for allegedly beating up an Afghan police commander accused of raping a boy and beating the boy’s mother in 2011.
Matthew Weybrecht practices law in Washington, D.C. Prior to law school he served as an officer in 3rd Ranger Battalion, where he deployed three times to Iraq and once to Afghanistan. Matt then worked as a Special Agent at the U.S. Department of State. The views expressed are his own.
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As the Wall Street Journal recently reported, the U.S. Department of Justice and Deputy Secretary of State Antony Blinken have filed letters urging a federal judge to weigh the “public interest” when considering a motion that would require the Palestinian Authority (PA) to post a bond to satisfy a judgment against it for supporting terrorism.
Before the ink dried on the Iran deal—called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—seemingly conflicting interpretations of a key provision began to emerge.