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About 2 Dozen G.I.'s to Face Trial or Other Punishment in Deaths of 2 Afghan Prisoners

Army criminal investigators will recommend that about two dozen soldiers face criminal charges or administrative punishment in connection with the deaths of two prisoners at an American detention center in Afghanistan in December 2002, Army officials said Wednesday. The Afghanistan charges, which follow an inquiry that took more than a year to complete, would include negligent homicide, dereliction of duty, and failure to report an offense, two Army officials said. The highest-ranking soldier facing punishment is a captain in a military police company, one of the officials said. One sergeant has already been charged with assault and two other offenses.Full Story

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