An Army Captain was found guilty of killing a wounded Iraqi they mistakenly thought was an insurgent. Now it wasn't even that the Iraqi was killed accidently in the first salvo. They had stopped the car,killed one person and the wounded Iraqi was laying there bleeding. The Captain walked up, put the pistol to the Iraqi's head and killed him "because he thought he would die anyways".
How is that not the same as what we tried the Nazi's for doing when they would take American prisoners and take them out to just shoot them? The Iraqi could not fight back (hell it wasn't even an insurgent).
In the end, all the Army did to him was to kick him out of the service, no jail time, no other negative punishment. Considering how "noble and good" we are supposed to be, how is this any better then what Saddam, Hitler, Ho Chi Minh or any of them did.