Christian Soldier

“Mr. Tierney, a former military intelligence officer in Iraq who works as a translator and investigator for private companies, cried as he talked about watching the Schiavo spectacle on television and feeling the utter need to be at the hospice.”
(New York Times)

“[Bill Tierney . . . had just returned from eight months working as an interrogator for US forces in Baghdad] You are the interrogators, you are the ones who have to get the information from the Iraqis. What do you do? That word ‘torture’. You immediately think, ‘That’s not me.’ But are we litigating this war or fighting it?”
(Boston Globe)

(From Whiskey Bar, through Joho the Blog.)

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