Decorated army veteran explains life-and-death situations in Afghanistan
— NBC Los Angeles (@NBCLA) March 13, 2012
From NBC in Los Angeles:
Foster described it as a fatal game of cat and mouse.
“If they go inside of a building, you’re not allowed to go inside the building,” Foster said. “If it’s nighttime, you’re not allowed to go out at nighttime. You get your hands tied behind your back.”
NBC 4 talked to Foster in the wake of an attack by a U.S. soldier that left 16 civilians dead. He suspects there is more to the recent rampage in Afghanistan.
Some tweets about our troops:
Obama: I'm "Generally Proud" of American Troops… http://t.co/IkdTekOP
— Weasel Zippers (@weaselzippers) March 13, 2012
God, forgive us: U.S.Army Sgt today executed 16 civilians, 9 of them children in Afghanistan http://t.co/DmEE1tYK Americans,we fund this
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 12, 2012
A U.S. official said that during a recent tour of duty in Iraq, the suspect was involved in a vehicle accident and suffered a head injury. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the matter is under investigation.