Stuff that popped up.
1979-1989: Operation Cyclone: USA providing finantial aid and weapons to mujahideen "freedom fighters" in Afganistan.
2001: Former "freedom fighter" Osama bin Laden fights for freedom now in USA.
So back to the Boston case. When Russia was not being perfectly nice with chechens, pretty much eery time USA showed up to complain about human rights, dictatorship and etc. And then freedom fighters come to USA and
Or the WW2 war crimes. Really interesting listing. Axis countries: everybody prosecuted, found guilty and condemned to lots of bad stuff. Allies: youre lucky if you find one or two cases when people got any punishment at all. When someone is punished, its that last soldier in the line, not the guy that ordered it.
Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings. Truman was reelected
My Lai Massacre. Only one person was found guilty, and got like 3 years of house arrest. Really nice for killing at least 20 people.
So, questions. What do you think about this sort of stuff?
Any other examples you can come up with?