More details continue to emerge in the case of a U.S. soldier accused of going on a shooting spree in Afghanistan, killing 16 civilians. He has now hired a high-powered lawyer: Seattle attorney John Henry Browne, who once represented serial killer Ted Bundy and the "Barefoot Bandit."
Some reports say the soldier just "snapped," while others say it was stress, alcohol and personal issues at home. But this morning on NBC's "Today" show, Brown shot down those reports.
Soledad talks this morning with former JAG officer Thoams Kenniff, who talks about the details of a military trial, whether the soldier will face the death penalty and if the soldier will be returned to Afghanistan for trial.
Fmr. JAG officer Thomas Kenniff on possible order of prosecution for a U.S. soldier accused in a rampage in Afghanistan.
Fmr. JAG officer Thomas Kenniff on defense strategies for a U.S. soldier accused in a rampage in Afghanistan.
"Seattle Times" reporter Hal Bernton on the troubled, violent history of some soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
TIME's Jim Frederick on what could have led a U.S. soldier to allegedly go on a killing rampage in Afghanistan.
Gary Solis, former U.S. Marine and law professor, on the physical and mental strain endured by soldiers in Afghanistan.
Ariana Klay and Elle Helmer, plaintiffs in a military sexual assault lawsuit, on their experience that led to the suit.