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Article posted Nov 14 2013, 9:02 AM Category: Tyranny/Police State Source: Infowars Print

Judge to Soldier: "Your time in Iraq makes you a threat to society"

Stress of combat left soldier a nervous wreck
Adan Salazar


A former soldier who conducted two tours of duty in Iraq gave a Tedx talk last month from prison where he described how the army taught him to harness an uncontrollable rage and how it ultimately led him to become, what one judge termed, a "threat to society."

In an October video posted of a TEDx correctional facility talk, Army veteran Andrew “Sarge” Chambers gave a heartfelt account of his difficult transition to civilian life after the events of 9/11 convinced to march to war.

Chambers, who is from Pickerington, Ohio, depicted one memory in which he awoke to a chaotic battle scene and gunfire, and remembered being astonished to hear someone laughing through it.



"In the middle of all this chaos, I could hear somebody laughing and I thought to myself, ‘Who could be laughing at a time like this?’ and then I realized it was me laughing," Chambers said. "I felt like I was finally losing control of that rage they taught me to harness."

Following his first tour, Chambers says the Army asked for volunteers to stay for an additional length of time, for which he says he volunteered as he was not married and did not have children.

Chambers recalled losing seven fellow soldiers during his second tour, in which he and others would find and neutralize roadside IEDs.

He says when he returned to the United States, the stress of combat left him on edge.

"I was paranoid. I carried a pistol on me at all times. I assessed the threat level of every person or place I came in contact with," he stated. "Driving through my family’s neighborhood, I drove in the middle of the street in fear that the side of the road was gonna blow up and kill me."

Chambers recollected seeking help from the Veterans Administration and being prescribed a sleep aid, but says the medication did little to quell his inner rage.

Then one night, an argument erupted over a girl. "Someone pulled out a knife and I snapped."

"I pulled out my pistol. The prosecutor said I moved through the room in a tactical manner, clearing the room, laid everybody on the ground I took the knife from him and I began beating him."

The army vet was charged with attempted murder, as well as other charges. "When I went in for sentencing, my judge told me, "Mr. Chambers, your service is a double-edged sword. Your time in Iraq makes you a threat to society and I have a civil obligation to lock you up. I received ten years and here I am today."

The veteran’s story shines light on how many enlistees consider suicide as an alternative to coping with pent-up rage. It also shows how the establishment casts the mental health needs of returning veterans by the wayside, and deems them threats once their honed warrior instincts surface.

Chambers says he hopes his story brings insight to the mindset of military veterans, and urges people to "Find a veteran and listen to his story. A lot of us just need someone to talk to."

The speech was given as part of a TEDx correctional facility series, which showcases stories about “incarceration and reintegration.”

According to the video’s YouTube description, parts of Chambers’ speech will be included in the documentary “Operation Resurrection: The Warrior Returns.”





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irishpete

Posted: Nov 15 2013, 5:47 PM

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82145 Heres a novel idea , STOP ENLISTING ! The war-machine needs YOU to exist , believe me when I say that the rest of the world would thank and appreciate you for that . The government/military have tried to convince the American public that the rest of the world hates them , engendering paranoia & fear . NEWSFLASH !! We dont hate ya , we hate the illegal wars & spying & torture YOUR government visits on others in the name of "security" . You think some guy livin in poverty the other side of the world gives a shit about America ? NO ! not until he & his family are being killed by you . And don't believe for one moment that these wars are about bringing "freedom & democracy" to him . You wanna fix your economy ? stop spendin every last cent warmongering & put it to good use in your own country . Leave everyone else alone & I think you'll find they'll leave you alone . Peace ♡
Gold 2 bits

Posted: Nov 16 2013, 4:01 PM

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17444 How absurd this situation the vet was in he takes a knife from someone and beats him up and he's charged with attempted murder. He should have became a police officer and his criminal actions would have been justified and a promotion would have sufficed. At the end of the day its sad this soldier fought for Americas crypto communist government and for that he gets thrown in jail.
Anonymous

Posted: Nov 17 2013, 5:31 PM

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193200 his stupidity makes him a threat to society. youd have to be a moron to believe the govt lies of 911.. and if you think 911 was a good reason to invade countries that had nothing to do with it, and kill hundreds of thousands of innocent men women and children who were no threat to anyone..

you should be locked up..


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