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U.S. soldier arraigned on Iraq murder charges

A U.S. Army National Guard soldier was arraigned on Friday on charges of killing two superior officers in Iraq and could face the death penalty after a trial starting in June. In the first case of a U.S. soldier charged with killing, or “fragging,” his commanding officers in the Iraq war, Staff Sgt. Alberto Martinez faces two counts of premeditated murder in the June 2005 deaths of company commander Capt. Phillip Esposito and 1st Lt. Louis Allen at a base near Tikrit, Iraq. Full Story

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