Conflict & Justice

What's Next in the Case of Afghan Killings


The soldier allegedly broke into homes in villages in the Panjwai district

Marco Werman talks to Eugene Fidell, a professor of military justice at Yale Law School, about the case of the US soldier accused of killing 16 civilians in Afghanistan on Sunday.

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The soldier, who has not yet been named, allegedly broke into homes in the villages of Alkozai, Najeeban and an area known as "Ibrahim Khan Houses".

Among the 16 dead were nine children.