What makes us kill?
What exactly does it take to kill someone? Here’s how 21-year-old West Texas Army Pvt. Steven Green described shooting a man who refused to stop at an Iraqi checkpoint: “It was like nothing. Over here, killing people is like squashing an ant. I mean, you kill somebody, and it’s like, ‘All right, let’s go get some pizza,’ “ he told the military newspaper Stars & Stripes.
“I mean, I thought killing somebody would be this life-changing experience. And then I did it, and I was like, ‘All right, whatever.’ “ </i>
Absolutely chilling look at how people are trained to kill. It’s a science. Horrible stuff.