Occasionally, our heroes have lapses of judgement, due to the stress of the job. I do not believe that we should punish the soldier in question. Instead, we should treat him for the psychological trauma that he has endured as a result of the killing spree and psychologists should get to the bottom of his actions. Once he has been treated, the soldier should be redeployed to another enemy nation, such as Iran, when we finally get to declare war upon those terrorists. The soldiers' punishment will that he will no longer be allowed to kill Afghan Taliban. But we should allow him to use his experiences on the Iranian terrorists. A thorough investigation should be conducted to see how many of those killed were innocent and how many had terrorist links. Those who were innocent should have their families given compensation to the value of 1 month of an average Afghan salary. Any of the dead with proven links to terror should have assets removed from the families of the dead, and this should be used to finance the above compensation. Compensation will hopefully be financed by Afghans and will not be a drain on the US economy. In these difficult days of international terror, we need to support our military and not condemn them. The liberals want our soldier executed. I say we give him psychological treatment. By executing our soldier, we degrade ourselves to the level of our Islamic enemy. God bless the USA and Israel, in the difficult days that lie ahead. Iran is next.