I'm not that surprised. People tend not to think about what they're doing as individuals, not just in war, though. They just tend to get caught up with the moment.
I think that things like this always happen in wartime, but I've never seen it before, so it was a shock. Obviously it shouldn't happen.
I think that kind of thing would happen in any war. Like before WWII, when Japan invaded China and Korea, we did the same thing, so it's not surprising for me.
It's not surprising. That kind of thing happens a lot. Now it's different because of the media and how quickly people can access information.
In a way I think it is inevitable. If we go to war and say that these people are monsters, then we can't really expect the soldiers to act like they're anything else.
I'm not surprised. I'm sure that there are worse photos. Man's cruel, and America trains men the best at being cruel, and I'm an American.