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Legal questions loom in Blackwater convictions

The Uniform Code of Military Justice allows military prosecutions for murders in wartime, as happened, for instance, with the Army's Robert Bales, who pleaded guilty at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Tacoma, Wash., in 2013 to killing 16 Afghan civilians.

 

Timeline: Afghanistan Since 1700

March 11, 2012: U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales kills sixteen civilians, including nine children, in Kandahar; a U.S. military court later sentences him to life in prison. May 13, 2012: Unknown gunman assassinates Arsala Rahmani (1937-2012), a ...

 

US Army drops murder charges against soldier in slaying of Iraqi boys

Last year, U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales pleaded guilty to killing 16 unarmed Afghan civilians in 2012. Two months earlier, U.S. Army Sergeant John Russell pleaded guilty to shooting five fellow service members to death at a mental health ...

 

War in Afghanistan: 13 years is too long

In the Panjwai massacre, U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales gunned down and murdered 16 Afghan civilians. In the past 13 years, more than 20,000 Afghan civilians have been murdered due to American occupation, and 2,000 U.S. soldiers have lost their ...

 

US Failure of accountability for civilian killings in Afghanistan

Out of those prosecutions, a total of 10 defendants were convicted of serious crimes, of whom seven remain behind bars. The most notorious case is probably that of Army Sgt. Robert Bales, who admitted to gunning down 16 Afghan civilians in March 2012, ...

 

Lost in the System: Under Taliban Threats, Afghan Translators Stranded in Visa ...

The incident sparked massive protests, which killed 40 Afghans and was cited as motivation for killing six U.S. military members. A few months later, U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales slaughtered 16 Afghans, setting fire to some of their bodies, a ...

 

Age of empire

Robert Bales, a U.S. Army staff sergeant who allegedly killed 16 civilians in two Afghan villages, including nine children, is not an anomaly. … We kill children nearly every day in Afghanistan.” Hedges related the “constant search in all wars to find ...

 

Deal gives US 2 more years to train Afghan troops, conduct strikes

Opposition to letting U.S. troops stay is especially strong in the southern province of Kandahar, where Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales killed 16 villagers in a 2012 rampage, one of the worst cases of civilian killings of the war. A U.S. military court ...

 

After 13 Years, it's Time to End the Endless War in Afghanistan

This heavy toll has been punctuated with high-profile massacres, including the Panjwai massacre, in which 16 Afghan civilians were gunned down and killed and 6 more wounded by U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales. The costs of this war, which is ...

 

A chronology of key events: ...

2012 March - US Army Sgt Robert Bales is accused of killing 16 civilians in an armed rampage in the Panjwai district of Kandahar. 2012 April - Taliban announce "spring offensive" with audacious attack on the diplomatic quarter of Kabul. The government ...

 

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