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Sunday, December 5, 2010

General court-martial for Stryker soldier

General court-martial for Stryker soldier in war crimes case


A Stryker soldier accused of committing war crimes in Afghanistan will be tried at a general court-martial, the Army announced Friday. Spc. Adam Winfield is one of five soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord who allegedly murdered civilians during their recent deployment with the 5th Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division.

12/04/10 - A Stryker soldier accused of committing war crimes in Afghanistan will be tried at a general court-martial, the Army announced Friday.

Spc. Adam Winfield is one of five soldiers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord who allegedly murdered civilians during their recent deployment with the 5th Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division. Seven more of their platoon mates are charged with lesser crimes.

It’s not clear yet when Winfield, 22, of Cape Coral, Fla., will appear in court to face charges that he murdered an Afghan civilian, assaulted unarmed Afghans, participated in a conspiracy to harm Afghans and used drugs during his deployment at Forward Operating Base Ramrod.

The news that he would face a court-martial was expected. Winfield last week waived a pretrial hearing that he could have used to gather evidence for his defense.

Winfield wants a plea deal that would limit his sentence but require him to testify against his codefendants. His attorney has described him as an unwilling participant in a kill scheme orchestrated by Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs, who allegedly had threatened Winfield earlier in their deployment. {read rest}

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