|Members of an American Army unit consumed with drug use randomly chose Afghan civilians to kill and then failed to report the abuses out of fear they would suffer retaliation from their commander, according to testimony in military court here on Monday. One of the soldiers involved, Specialist Jeremy N. Morlock, grew up in Wasilla, Alaska. The Times also reports that soldiers were shown holding decapitated h eads of Afghans
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Nikk was a valued member of the OEN editorial team. She passed away July 2011.
I'm a retired neuropsychopharmacologist. I used to be a computer guy. Now I teach adult education at a Literacy / GED center. That covers the professional end fairly well!
I'm rural, live on a farm in the South, raise chickens and duckies, sell eggs, and have a LOT of critters.
Um... so there.
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