Parents Of Soldier Say They Warned Army About Thrill Kill Sergeant

The allegations are reminiscent of the military's darkest days in Vietnam. Again, young GI's caught up in a difficult war are accused of widespread drug use and the random killing of innocent civilians, apparently for sport or thrills. But the parents of one of the five soldiers charged with the premeditated murder of unarmed Afghans say that before one of the murders they tried to warn the Army and a U.S. Senator – and no one helped. Now their son, 20-year-old specialist Adam Winfield, is...Full Story
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