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Hasan Akbar faces the death penalty for killings at Camp Pennsylvania in Kuwait. (GERRY BROOME - AP)
Army Soldier Is Convicted In Attack on Fellow Troops 
An Army sergeant who wanted to stop U.S. troops from killing his fellow Muslims was convicted by a military jury yesterday of murdering two colleagues and wounding 14 other soldiers in a chaotic grenade and rifle attack two days after the United States invaded Iraq.

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