U.S. soldiers suspected of killing 16 Afghan civilians will be prosecuted for murder 17 points, according to U.S. officials Monday 22.3.
Robert Bales sergeant accused of attacking villagers in their homes in Kandahar province on 11.3. Most victims are women and children.
38 soldiers were later move to a process in the U.S. military prison after being transferred from Afghanistan to Kuwait.According to BBC, Bales could face the death penalty if convicted.
The BBC quoted a U.S. official said the suspects would be prosecuted on charges of attacking six points and attempted murder.
Soldiers are the only suspects are known in the massacre despite the continuous determination of the Afghanistan that have more than one American involvement.
Bales's lawyer has denied reports that his client drunk the night the murder occurred. Attorney John Henry Brown said on Monday that Bales remember very little about the incident.
Mr. Brown also said "no forensic evidence" against the sergeant Robert Bales and no confession.