The Army says it will not follow the death penalty against the first of five U.S. soldiers electric with murder civilians in Afghanistan.
Spc. Jeremy Morlock, of Wasilla, Alaska, is the only one of the defendants therefore far to have a preliminary inquiry in the deaths of the three Afghans this year.
An investigate officer found that enough verification existed for the case to proceed to a court martial, and the Army announce Friday that a court military will be held and that Morlock will face a maximum of life in prison if convict.
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