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By msnbc.com staff
Here are two versions of what happened the night of March 11, when 17 Afghan villagers were shot to death.
First, the Army version: Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, troubled by marriage woes, drunkenly left Camp Belambai, 12 miles from Kandahar, with a pistol and an automatic rifle and killed six people as they slept. Bales then returned to the base and left again for another village, this time killing 11. He acted alone and he admitted to the killings, according to the Army.
Afghan massacre accounts labeled "Nothing more than Propaganda' by the U.S. government. NBC broadcasts misleading report about Afghan Massacre suspect Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales.
Originally posted by megabogie
It is not justifiable in any way and along with all the other terrible things the US government is up to makes me ashamed to be an American.
Originally posted by yourmaker
I think the better question for a conspiracy site would be something like,
was robert bates even there? and is he simply the scapegoat now? was he KIA months ago and now they're using his identity to push an open black op?