U.S. soldiers may have killed for sport
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U.S. soldiers may have killed for sport

Five U.S. soldiers are facing murder charges, describing a plot to randomly kill civilians for sport while on patrol in Afghanistan. If the case proceeds to a court martial and there are convictions, the soldiers may face the death penalty. (Sept. 28) (The Associated Press)

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