Up periscope!

Marine Corps Times reports:  A Marine squad leader [Hutchins] who was convicted of leading troops to kill an Iraqi civilian will get a temporary release from prison to witness the birth of his second child.

TheRepulic reports on United States v. Burke.  I know we often take issue with the quality of military law enforcement investigations.  But maybe they are better than expected in the civilian community.

Burke’s attorneys questioned Walker [a civilian detective], who said Friday that his evidence technicians failed to find six shell casings at Karen Comer’s home where the shootings occurred. The casings were later recovered by a cleaning crew.

Walker also stated that he failed to interview a witness who reported hearing gunshots on the night of the murders for nearly six weeks.

Hardin County CSI not.

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