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In other news Wednesday, Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales pleaded guilty to killing 16 Afghan civilians last year. Bales recalled entering two villages at night and shooting his victims. Also, anti-government protesters in Turkey called for the ousting of police…
In other news Monday, the Supreme Court dealt with two other cases of note including a disputed passport law that lets Americans list Israel as their birthplace if they were born in Jerusalem. Also, security forces in Afghanistan turned on…
On Sgt. Robert Bales' 17 Counts, 'Prosecution Has its Challenges'…
Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales was formally charged Friday with 17 counts of murder, six counts of attempted murder and six counts of aggravated assault in connection with a massacre of civilians in Afghanistan, according to military officials. Jeffrey Brown…
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, the suspect in the Afghan massacre, had served three tours in Iraq before his Afghanistan deployment. Jeffrey Brown, The Washington Posts's Carol Leonig, a retired army general and an army psychiatrist discuss Bales' failed promotion, former…
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, suspected of murdering 16 Afghan civilians near Kandahar, had his first meeting with defense attorney, John Henry Browne on Monday. Jeffrey Brown reports.
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