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As I recall, after the question was yelled out, there was considerable laughter. I don't recall any response from the Chief - it was almost 45 years ago.
It's funny the things I do remember, the best chocolate milk and the worst kool-aid; spreading wisk and water outside the barracks and sidewalk surfing, upon getting caught having to do push-ups on the same surface, a very hard task as the feet and hands slipped.
Anyway, thanks for the rep.
thx for the rep. Just one word: GermanyÂ´s military was existing before the Nazis, so the Nazis did not make them. On the other hand, a lot of officers were, more or less, nazis.
Complex subject. Do you know a place where stuff like this is discussed ?
James Lee's testimony
On 17 April, 2001, James Lee testified, before the McKinney panel, that the state had given DBT the directive to add to the purge list people who matched at least 90% of a last name. DBT objected, knowing that this would produce a huge number of false positives (non-felons).
This is court sworn testimony .