Staff Sgt. Robert Bales' lawyer John Henry Browne told ABC News that his client "does not remember eveything from" the day where he allegedly slaughtered 16 Afghan civilians.
In an interview with CBS News Browne said Bales has not confessed to the shootings and has large gaps in his memory from the night of March 11 when they occurred.
"He has an early memory of that evening. ... And he has a later memory of that evening but he does not have memory ... in between," Browne said.
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