The possibility of the insugent detonating a device or pulling a weapon as the soldier walked by is significant and can't be ignored. Not sure where I heard it, so don't bother believing me if you don't want to, but I heard of a wounding/death of a US soldier who was checking the wounded and dead and had an insurgent fire a weapon at him as he walked by.
Compounding the issue, in a strictly legal sense, is that the insurgent was supposedly acting dead so as to not be captured (or, in this case, shot dead). So, it could be argued that the man was not yet under the protection of the Geneva Convention on captured combatants.
An investigation is necessary, though, for the soldier might have gone Full Metal Jacket crazy and just shot the guy for the heck of it... and if that is the case, then there should be consequences.
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