You know, when you are discharged from the Marine Corps, the best reaction is probably not to hang one’s self from a cross in protest. You’re not being crucified–you did something wrong and you paid the price. Unfortunately, this logic is lost on Cpl. Joshua Klohr.
In the Marines, obeying orders is a very important part of the job. However, he still feels that he was wrong in being court marshaled and discharged. He posted a timeline of events that led to his discharge, along with a mountain of other documents on his Facebook page to explain why he felt it necessary to hang himself from a cross, as though he is a victim:
It sounds like he had a rough time, but he did repeatedly disobey orders–hardly worthy of pretending one is being crucified.
You can read more about his “protest” here, where you can find every piece of documentation you could possibly hope to find.
what do you think, AATTP? Was he “crucified,” or is he simply bitter because his blatant refusal to obey his orders came back to haunt him?