Warrior Aviation to Honor Returned Vietnam-Era USAF MIAs
Foregone Conclusions....

Death for Hassan

The sentence is in, and it is death.  However, given the speed at which military executions take place, and the extreme reluctance/complete inability to do right by their people of the perfumed princes it is life in prison for all intents and purpose.  Given that cradling "diversity" and being politically correct is far more important than seeing to it that the people and families you are sworn to protect are taken care of and done right by, want to bet that someone senior commutes the sentence to life with possibility of parole? 

Now, that's just me.  So, what do you think?