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Kuwait Accused 'Can't Remember' Shooting Americans

A Kuwaiti policeman accused of shooting and seriously wounding two Americans soldiers told a Kuwaiti court Wednesday that he had no memory of carrying out the attack and was suffering from mental illness. Policeman Khalid al-Shimmari shot Master Sergeant Larry Thomas and Sergeant Charles Ellis in November. They were wearing civilian clothes and traveling in a civilian vehicle when they were attacked. “He told the court he could not remember what happened and he recalled how he asked his partner to take him home because he was not feeling well that day,” Shimmari’s lawyer Nawwaf al-Mutairi, told Reuters. Full Story

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