December 16th. “The Australian” broke the news on the 16th that the Australian soldier who drank alcohol with the prosthesis of the dead Taliban soldier had voluntarily resigned.
The Australian military previously published a report confirming that the Australian military in Afghanistan is suspected of war crimes and has caused multiple killings of prisoners of war and innocent civilians, including the brutal cutting of Afghan children.
Media also exposed photos of Australian soldiers using the prostheses of the killed Taliban as drinking utensils for drinking. It was John Letch, Chief Sergeant Major of the Australian Special Operations Command who made this cruel move.
According to the latest news, he has given up his current senior position and voluntarily resigned.
It is believed that the prosthesis belonged to a suspected Taliban militant who was killed in a raid by the Second Squadron of the Australian Special Air Service Regiment (SASR 2) in April 2009.
The prosthesis has always been kept in the bar, and people who come to the bar sometimes use it for drinking.
The Australian contacted Leitch through the Ministry of Defence, but he declined to comment. A source revealed that Leich has “taken full responsibility for his actions and the damage caused to the military’s reputation.”