M/Sgt. C.J. Grisham is an activist GI from Temple who went out and got busted for carrying his AR-15 and leading Open Carry rallies at the State Capitol, the Alamo, and all over the state. He has authored a blog called “A Soldier's Perspective” since 2005, contributed to “Doonesbury,” and this is an excerpt from his farewell installment to “The Sand Box.”
If you're a feeling, thinking human being, you should read this. This is just a sample... - The Legendary
Samawah would be the first time I had to fire a weapon at another human. It wasn’t pretty either. The mujahidin were infesting Samawah. We had outpaced most of the Division, so the fighting largely rested with us. They played dirty, using human shields as they fired their AK47s on full auto while resting the weapons on the shoulders of women who were bleeding from their ears from the sound. It’s hard enough to kill a human enemy; it’s even harder having to kill an innocent person in order to do so...
PS: At the time the Temple P.D. Captured him, Sgt. Grisham and his son Chris were patrolling farm land owned by members of his extended family to let meth cooks know he has his stuff, and he will use it if they don't stop stealing the anhydrous ammonia that is intended for fertilization of cotton and maize crops... - The Legendary
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