Would war crimes be covered up in today's militaries? How are war crimes treated today?
Say I Join the US Army as an infantryman and kill, rape, torture and mutilate in Iraq. Would it be covered up? Or would I face consequences, and if yes, what kind of consequences? How generally today's militaries react to war crimes?
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