Once again Not Seeking Accountability at the levels of Command Structure above the squad or platoon levels, all the way to the Top, which should have happened in this case back in 2005 and sought for all the wars atrocities!
January 3, 2012 - One of the more controversial episodes of the Iraq war will be revisited in a military courtroom in California this week.
In November of 2005, a Marine squad killed 24 Iraqis, some of them women and children in the village of Haditha. Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich led the squad of Marines, and on Wednesday he'll face voluntary manslaughter charges at Camp Pendleton.
"He's going to be glad to have it over because he knows that he'll be exonerated," says Wuterich's lawyer, Neal Puckett. "The world will know the truth about what happened at Haditha can't be attributed to his criminal behavior and he just needs to move on with his life."
There's still confusion about exactly what happened that day in Haditha, but what is beyond dispute is that Marines came under attack.
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