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Secret Sanction by Brian Haig
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Apr 19, 2011

really liked it
Read in April, 2011

Page turner featuring JAG attorney Major Sean Drummond. Backdrop is Bosnia conflict. An army squadron is charged with murdering 35 Serbian soldiers. There's a cover-up with worldwide implications. Drummond doesn't take the official view
which submits that the unit was justified in the killings. I thought the general treatise of United States covert operations was believable and could be applied to any current war in which the United States is involved.

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