Among the witnesses was Tyler Vargas-Andrews, a Marine sergeant who watched 13 U.S. troops get killed by a suicide bomber.
Vargas-Andrews began his testimony by claiming he identified the suicide bomber but was denied permission to shoot him down, as Townhall reported previously, leaving him with an amputated leg and arm and the loss of his left kidney and parts of his intestines and colon.
"Plain and simple, we were ignored," Vargas-Andrews said. "My body
was overwhelmed by the trauma of the blast. My abdomen had been ripped
open. Every inch of my exposed body except for my face took ball
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