No one should be punished for the shooting down of a U.S. Army helicopter last December after it strayed into North Korean airspace, according to an Army report. An investigation into the crash that killed the co-pilot, and left pilot Bobby Hall a captive for two weeks, concluded that the incident was the result of a series of "seemingly minor" human errors. Defense Secretary William Perry said those involved could still receive a written reprimand.TIME's Mark Thompsondoubts it. "These military guys are going to die of paper cuts from all the written reprimands they're getting. This is just another instance of nobody in the military taking responsibility for anything. A guy dies and everybody says it's not their fault."