Let's pin some medals on these brave men:
An internal Defense Department investigation into one of the most notorious night raids conducted by special operations forces in Afghanistan - in which seven civilians were killed, including two pregnant women - determined that all the U.S. soldiers involved had followed the rules of engagement. As a result, the soldiers faced no disciplinary measures, according to hundreds of pages of Defense Department documents obtained by The Intercept through the Freedom of Information Act. In the aftermath of the raid, Adm. William McRaven, at the time the commander of the elite Joint Special Operations Command, took responsibility for the operation. The documents made no unredacted mention of JSOC.
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ADM McRaven is now Chancellor of the University of Texas, apparently an appropriate honor for a man who excuses his troops when they bayonet Muslim babies in the womb.