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US Soldier Escapes Death Penalty

Posted by terres on May 22, 2009

US Soldier Found Guilty of Iraqi Rape and Murder Escapes Death Penalty

See background: More Psychopaths in Uniform

And: Pvt Green Guilty of Rape and Murder, GW Bush Still Free

The Kentucky jury, who found Pvt Steven Green, 24, guilty on all 17 counts of the rape and murder of a 14-year-old Iraqi girl and murder of her family, was unable to reach a unanimous decision on his punishment.

Four other soldiers who took part in the 2006 military-style rape and murder orgy in Iraq are serving sentences of between 5 and 110 years for their crimes.

Three of the soldiers had admitted holding down their victim, Abeer Qassim al-Janabi, raping her and then murdering her, her parents and her younger sister at the family’s home in Mahmudiya before torching the building.

The fate of Pvt Green would probably be decided by a judge who would formally sentence the “Born-to- Rape-n-Murder soldier in September, 2009.

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