The U.S. military announced Thursday soldiers allegedly killed 16 people last week that Afghan Sergeant Robert Bales, 38.
Reuters quoted officials said Bales is being held incommunicadoat a military base in the state of Kansas and will be prosecuted.Defense attorney John Henry Browne said at the time of themassacre suspects are psychologically unstable due to witness ateam lost a leg as well as bomb discontent because things cometo Afghanistan after three times to Iraq. Bales joined the army in 2001, trained sniper, commanding and some other skills and has many merits in Iraq. In addition, the AP quoted a number ofneighbors and relatives for this or quite friendly, fun and not hateMuslims. The incident caused tension escalates and dramaticmasterpiece Afghan official criticizes the U.S. refused to public trial in the country.