Who Should Be Held Responsible When A Soldier Is Killed?
A Washington law firm recently reached out to Andrew Bacevich, a retired Army colonel who served in Vietnam, and asked his family to join a lawsuit against Iran in connection with the death of his son, a soldier killed in the Iraq War.
Bacevich rejected the offer, but as he writes in The Boston Globe, it caused him to wrestle with the question — who should he hold responsible for the death of his son?
Bacevich joins host Tonya Mosley to talk about it.
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