"If I could go back and do it all over again, I would not have done this," Hutchins told jurors one day after he was convicted a second time in one of the military's longest-running war-crime cases.
"I was a different person. I had ice in my veins. I cannot stress that enough," said Hutchins, who followed his father and grandfather into the Marines the day after the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks in 2001, when he was a high school senior.
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