Former Guantanamo prison guard Brandon Neely poses Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009 in Houston, Texas. Neely has come forward in this final year of the detention center's existence, saying he wants to publicly air his feelings of guilt and shame about how some soldiers behaved as the military scrambled to handle the first alleged al-Qaida & Taliban embers arriving at the isolated U.S. Navy base.
There are now... what? 3-4 threads ...? about people "Coming Clean" AFTER THE FACT
and in most of them YOU calling it Pure BS?
Yes, confession is good for... whateveah... ...but it's even more effective (and heroic) when it could have stopped what was happening ...not just "to get it off yer chest" (...or escape prosecution...) once the crap starts hitting the fan.
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