Bryan O'Neal, the 18 year old Private who was with Pat Tillman when he was killed, testified to Congress that the "friendly fire":
So, who ARE the shooters? WHY HAVE THEY NOT BEEN INDICTED? This is a fucking assassination, ORDERED by the "president", and covered up by LIES from DOZENS of top generals.
"He was ORDERED not to tell ANYONE that it was "friendly fire".
He acknowledged he was in a state of shock over the killing.
He KNEW 100% that it was "friendly fire", and told half a dozen superiors, all of whom ordered him to JUST SHUT UP.
They CHANGED his WRITTEN statement, and nobody in the Pentagon KNOWS who changed it, who ORDERED it to be changed, WHY they ordered it to be changed, and why they would intimidate an 18 year old child into LYING for them.
<<<"He said, 'I've got an idea to help get us out of this,' " said O'Neal, who was an 18-year-old Army Ranger in Tillman's unit when the former NFL player was killed by friendly fire in April 2004 in Afghanistan. >>>
<<<The Army Ranger who was alongside Pat Tillman when he was shot in Afghanistan told ESPN.com Friday that he remains convinced that the former NFL player was accidentally killed by friendly fire, rather than a target of a malicious act.>>>
Anyone who's ever fired an M-16 knows there's no way to fire three rounds into
someone's forehead, because the first round will leave nothing for the next two rounds to
hit. I seriously doubt any military doctor really would have reported that these three
rounds were from an M-16, which is the only explanation for why the names of these most
critical witnesses have been mysteriously concealed from the public. Only after Tillman
was down and his head was rested firmly against the ground could three close rounds have
been fired into his forehead, but only then from a pistol, not from any rifle in a war
zone, and not from 10 yards. Bryan O'Neal said he could identify the shooters--yet nobody
even asked or knows who they were, proof that Tillman died from politically protected
assaasins' bullets, not from "friendly fire". The burning of his uniform, body
armor, and diary is exactly what you'd expect from cold blooded professional assassins,
not simply young, worried, disoriented fellow soldiers who didn't want anyone to know they
accidentally shot Tillman.