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Topic - Frank Wuterich
NASA's Curiosity rover has zapped its first Martian rock, aiming its laser for the sake of science.
In a town which saw 24 unarmed civilians die in a U.S. raid seven years ago, residents expressed disbelief and sadness that the Marine sergeant who told his troops to "shoot first, ask questions later" reached a deal with prosecutors to avoid jail time.
An unemployed teenager charged Tuesday with firebombing two synagogues is an anti-Semite whose hatred of Jews guided his actions, authorities said.
A Marine accused of killing unarmed Iraqi women and children pleaded guilty Monday to negligent dereliction of duty in a deal that will bring a maximum of three months confinement and end the largest and longest-running criminal case against U.S. troops to emerge from the Iraq War.
A U.S. Marine accused of killing unarmed Iraqi women and children pleaded guilty to dereliction of duty on Monday, reaching a plea deal and ending the largest and longest-running criminal case against U.S. troops to emerge from the war in Iraq.
A former squad member under a Marine implicated in the deaths of 19 Iraqis testified Tuesday that after a roadside bombing, the group raced to nearby homes, firing rounds and tossing grenades for 45 minutes, even though he said the Marines did not take gunfire, come across a single insurgent or find a weapon.
A jury of battle-hardened Marines will judge the biggest criminal case against U.S. troops in the Iraq war.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Marine Corps dropped all charges against a captain accused of failing to investigate the deaths of Iraqi 24 civilians, and another Marine accused in some of the killings, the service announced yesterday .
Former Marine Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich tells the Record-Journal of Meriden that people are wrong to think prosecutors let a child-killer go free.
He apologized for the loss of life but said his squad did not behave dishonorably.