Tuesday, September 15, 2009

I Want Who Did This

I found * this* at AOL News...
NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. (Sept. 15) -- "Military officials said they were investigating why an upstate New York man was told his son had been killed in Afghanistan when the soldier was alive and well.Raymond and Robin Jasper of Niagara Falls were camping Sunday when they received a call on his cell phone from a woman who said she was a military liaison. Raymond Jasper said the woman told him their son, Staff Sgt. Jesse Jasper, 26, had been killed in action Saturday."

Note: The Army has it's shit together on death notifications (finally). No phone calls or lousy telegrams. I smell a low life rat that needs a long, slow, and painful death. The Army doesn't just call you up and say that PFC So-and-So, is dead. This is one sick person (or group) who wanted to hurt a soldier's family.



8 comments:

buffalodick said...

Monetary compensation will take place shortly...

innominatus said...

That's enough to make me break my own rule against hitting females.

Anonymous said...

No, don't hit her. Shave her head bald and tattoo "I am a soulless bitch" on her forehead.

Drop her off dockside at some port on the bayou and let the guys dockside decide what to do with her.

Deltabravo

The_Kid said...

Agreed Gene. Hope they find her, and I hope it's some jail time.

Barco Sin Vela II said...

Just another activist for "Whirrled Peas".

Scum.

Joanie said...

Absolutely unconscionable. I'd be drawing and quartering whoever pulled this stunt.

Vixen said...

That is so horrendous. Man I could torture someone who did that.

tankerbabe said...

When I read the story I was, of course, more than sympathetic for the family. But some bells were going off in my head. The military NEVER notifies the family by phone. Every branch ALWAYS does so IN PERSON. As the day went on and into the next day I kept thinking about this. And then I ran across this observation:

http://networkedblogs.com/p11882568

And I have to say that I give a lot of credence to what is written in that observation.