The Hannibal Procedure

For years, the 'Hannibal procedure' was a well-kept army secret - an order that said the abduction of soldiers by enemy forces should be thwarted even if this entails shooting the abductees. Though now officially abolished, the implications of this controversial procedure still haunts many.


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