Courts & Crime

August 2, 2011 12:03 PM

Army Stryker investigation coming towards the end

The Army’s “kill team” investigation at Joint Base Lewis-McChord is in its home stretch, and attorneys on both sides are calculating whom they can count on to give believable testimony at some of the most watched war crimes courts-martial since Abu Ghraib.

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