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Topic - Todd Wood
A former brigade commander in Afghanistan, Col. Todd Wood, told the jury about arriving at Belambay the morning of the attack to find an angry crowd outside, with four makeshift trucks carrying 13 of the bodies.
He said halting combat operations in the area allowed Taliban personnel to openly carry weapons and lay roadside bombs.