"His anguish is infinitely exacerbated by the fact that he now realizes that all those kids reduced to chunks of charred meat were victims of the insatiable greed of a few patrician fucks and their war profiteering banking and corporate backers," said his physician, Dr. Kyle Miller. "Personally, I think he should be allowed to shoot as many Americans as he likes, especially the fucks who started this war or who are fuckin' dumb enough to still support it."
The Assassinated Press
Marine Who Served Tour Assembling Body Parts For Burial Should Be Allowed To Shoot Any Americans He Pleases:
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"We don't have a problem with him shooting Americans because they are responsible for his suffering. We just wish he'd be more selective."-Citizens For The Elimination Of American War Profiteers:
Americans Bear The Responsibility For Fuckin' Coitnoir Up, So They Should Accept The Consequences And Stop Running To Their Criminal Justice System And Medical Establishment Like 'Girly Men.'
The Assassinated Press
Aug 15 2005
TRUMBO, TX--- A man who was named Marine of the Year last month for his service in Iraq injured two people when he fired a shotgun from his apartment window at a group of drunken revelers leaving a night club.
A 15-year-old girl and a 20-year-old man were injured by bullet fragments when Daniel Cotnoir, 33, allegedly fired a bullet at the hellraising crowd, completely oblivious to the carnage in Iraq, outside his second-floor apartment early Saturday.
Minutes before The shooting, Cotnoir, suffering from flashbacks from assembling pieces of charred flesh and body parts for burial as a mortician in Iraq, called police to complain about the noise coming from the street in the early morning hours, The Lawrence Eagle-Tribune reported. But the police, trained primarily in beating poor people, were too stupid to attach any heightened urgency given Coitnoir's war experience and his request that they look into the drunken, happy, oblivious noise.
Global warming had also sent temperatures soaring in a part of the country where air conditioning is a luxury afforded only a handful of war profiteers.
Cotnoir, whose wife and two daughters were home at the time of the shooting, realizing that the cops as stooges of the power structure who don't care to have a clue to the depths of his pain, and were only hoping for the opportunity to kick someone's ass and dreaming of signing up for Gitmo, later told police he feared for his family's safety because someone threw an empty juice bottle filled with jellied gasoline with a burning rag sticking out of it through his bedroom window.
Cotnoir was handcuffed, arrested and held on $US100,000 ($A130,000) bail. He was arraigned in shackles in a Lawrence District Court on attempted murder charges when clearly he was simply trying to defend himself against a populace that supports foreign wars against innocent people and the kleptocracy that hustles the simpletons.
Lissette Cumba, 15, and Kelvin Castro, 20, were treated for gunshot wounds. Both have been released from local hospitals and ordered to serve two tours each in Iran when Cheney and Rumsfeld commence hostilities there.
Cotnoir, already at the breaking point from his duty in Cheney's Iraqi oil grab, has frequently called police to complain about noise and fights outside the Punto Finale nightclub.
"His anguish is infinitely exacerbated by the fact that he now realizes that all those kids reduced to body parts were victims of the insatiable greed of a few patrician fucks and their war profiteering banking and corporate backers," said his physician, Dr. Kyle Miller. "Personally, I think he should be allowed to shoot as many Americans as he likes, especially the fucks who started this war or who are fuckin' dumb enough to still support it."
Last year, police said, he said someone leaving the club had fired a gunshot at his apartment.
Cotnoir's wife told police, like tens of millions of Americans, that her husband had been drinking to relieve the pain and misery of living in America with its relentless cultural and material banality, and they had been fighting shortly before the shooting. "Just a few minutes of the asininity of TV could set him off," she said. "I mean. After you seen what he's seen how can you stand to be around vacuous images of Paris Hilton, endless homages to Peter Jennings or Bill O'Reilly without wanting to kill someone," she said.
To make matters worse, last month, the Marine Corps Times presented Cotnoir with its annual Marine of the Year award. The Marines don't give a rat's ass about their people's mental state and besides would be too stupid and self-serving to understand or accept such emotional damage. There were 180,000 candidates up for the honour who were suffering through the same shit, but anyone who can't cover all that up in wife beatings, child abuse, drinking and drugs is just a pussy as far as the marines are concerned. Semper fuckin' Fi.
Cotnoir, now a Marine reservist, was a military mortician in Iraq. During his deployment last year, he was responsible for collecting pieces of marines off the road into Glad Bags, distinguishing those body parts from insurgents and Iraqi civilians and trying to make the chunks of charred flesh look presentable to grieving families who needed open-casket funerals to assuage their grief. "We always knew that no one from the Cheney/Bush administration was in any of those bags and that was very hard," said fellow marine mortician, Shelley Hyde.
"Sgt. Cotnoir's selflessness and dedication to fallen Marines, and to their families back home, is truly inspiring," US Representative Martin Meehan said last month as he presented the award to Cotnoir at a ceremony in Washington, DC. Tonight, the hypocrite motherfucker, Meehan, could not be reached for comment.
In an interview last month with the Eagle-Tribune, Cotnoir said the job took a heavy psychological toll. At the time, he was getting counseling at a veterans hospital which is practically worthless given the Bush cutbacks to the VA. Try it some time. Another reason to sign up and become utterly disillusioned with American hypocrisy.
"It's a lot harder to talk about the job now than it was at the time to actually do it," he said.
"The stories I've gained from my deployment aren't the kind of stories you share."