U.S. Compensates Afghan Victims’ Families

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U.S. Compensates Afghan Victims’ Families

The United States paid out $50,000 for every person killed and $11,000 for every person wounded in a Mar. 11 rampage for which a renegade U.S. soldier has been charged. What do you think?

  • "Sounds like a bargain. I had to pay $100,000 to the family of some kid I ran over."

    Peter Knapp
    Rubber-Goods Tester
  • "In lieu of an apology, this was probably the next best thing to do."

    Sarah Adalist
    Seed Analyst
  • "What am I supposed to be outraged about here? Is this too little or too much?"

    Byron Ziff
    Prospector