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US Army to seek death penalty for soldier charged with Kandahar massacre

 
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US Army to seek death penalty for soldier charged with Kandahar massacre
The US Army is going to seek death penalty for Washington soldier charged with killing 16 Afghan villagers in what was dubbed the Kandahar massacre.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales faces charges of premeditated murder and other offences in the attack on two villages in southern Afghanistan on March 11.
The prosecution says the soldier left his remote base in southern Afghanistan on March 11 and went on the rampage in nearby villages in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province. Bales allegedly killed four people all from the same family in the first village he visited. He then returned to his base before heading out to attack another village, where he slaughtered another 12 people. In total 9 children, 3 women and 4 men lost their lives. A further 6 people were wounded.
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Re: US Army to seek death penalty for soldier charged with Kandahar massacre
I feel so bad for his wife his kids he did not do this alone.
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Re: US Army to seek death penalty for soldier charged with Kandahar massacre
I feel so bad for his wife his kids he did not do this alone.
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Is also true of his wife and children are victims.
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Re: US Army to seek death penalty for soldier charged with Kandahar massacre
The US Army is going to seek death penalty for Washington soldier charged with killing 16 Afghan villagers in what was dubbed the Kandahar massacre.
Staff Sgt. Robert Bales faces charges of premeditated murder and other offences in the attack on two villages in southern Afghanistan on March 11.
The prosecution says the soldier left his remote base in southern Afghanistan on March 11 and went on the rampage in nearby villages in the Panjwai district of Kandahar province. Bales allegedly killed four people all from the same family in the first village he visited. He then returned to his base before heading out to attack another village, where he slaughtered another 12 people. In total 9 children, 3 women and 4 men lost their lives. A further 6 people were wounded. [link to rt.com]
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Re: US Army to seek death penalty for soldier charged with Kandahar massacre
I feel so bad for his wife his kids he did not do this alone.
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then he should be charged with conspiracy to commit murder too, assuming his fellow murderers planned this with him
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Re: US Army to seek death penalty for soldier charged with Kandahar massacre
I feel so bad for his wife his kids he did not do this alone.
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Is also true of his wife and children are victims.
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Absolutely.
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12/19/2012 04:10 PM

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Well if it is true what they say he did then security on our bases sucks! He was able to sneak on, off, back on and then surrender???? Bizarre that our security was so laxed in Kandahar.
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Well if it is true what they say he did then security on our bases sucks! He was able to sneak on, off, back on and then surrender???? Bizarre that our security was so laxed in Kandahar.
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Bales’ defense team insists the case is incomplete and it still needs to be determined if the soldier who served tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Well if it is true what they say he did then security on our bases sucks! He was able to sneak on, off, back on and then surrender???? Bizarre that our security was so laxed in Kandahar.
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Bales’ defense team insists the case is incomplete and it still needs to be determined if the soldier who served tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.
 Quoting: smilesun
That is even worse... A soldier with PTSD and he is able to slip past base security 3 times. It just doesn't say much for the security of our soldiers. Do you really think he did this alone?
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Well if it is true what they say he did then security on our bases sucks! He was able to sneak on, off, back on and then surrender???? Bizarre that our security was so laxed in Kandahar.
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Bales’ defense team insists the case is incomplete and it still needs to be determined if the soldier who served tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder.
 Quoting: smilesun
That is even worse... A soldier with PTSD and he is able to slip past base security 3 times. It just doesn't say much for the security of our soldiers. Do you really think he did this alone?
 Quoting: Corn Dog


He did this alone? No. How did he manage to do so much damage alone? It would be wise of all of us to watch all reporting on this matter from all sources.

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