Cpl. Jeremy Morlock, Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs and Spc. Michael Wagnon, left to right. In a ruling that could lead to a new trial, a military appeals court has ordered a fresh look into the evidence used to convict Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs, the mastermind of the “kill team” that murdered three Afghan civilians in 2010. Gibbs, a former soldier at Washington state’s Joint Base Lewis-McChord, is serving a life sentence at the military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
Cpl. Jeremy Morlock, Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs and Spc. Michael Wagnon, left to right. In a ruling that could lead to a new trial, a military appeals court has ordered a fresh look into the evidence used to convict Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs, the mastermind of the “kill team” that murdered three Afghan civilians in 2010. Gibbs, a former soldier at Washington state’s Joint Base Lewis-McChord, is serving a life sentence at the military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Image from the Army report
Cpl. Jeremy Morlock, Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs and Spc. Michael Wagnon, left to right. In a ruling that could lead to a new trial, a military appeals court has ordered a fresh look into the evidence used to convict Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs, the mastermind of the “kill team” that murdered three Afghan civilians in 2010. Gibbs, a former soldier at Washington state’s Joint Base Lewis-McChord, is serving a life sentence at the military prison at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Image from the Army report

Convicted U.S. leader of Afghan ‘kill team’ wins a new hearing

June 28, 2016 10:00 AM

UPDATED June 28, 2016 12:04 PM

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