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Iraq War / Sectarian Violence / Murder Case #835094

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 09, 2006
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Baghdad: Lee Cowan) The murder in Baghdad, Iraq, of Sunnis by Shiite militias in revenge for attacks in Shiite neighborhoods featured; scenes shown from the streets & the hospital. [US military spokesman Maj. Gen. William CALDWELL†- comments on the raid.] The inability of reporters to go into the areas of sectarian attacks discussed.

(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: Michelle Miller) The charging of more Americans soldiers in connection with the rape of an Iraqi teenager & the murder of her family featured; details given about the role of five soldiers {planned & led by Steven Green} in the incident & of the reaction of Iraqis. [National Inst. of Military Justice Eugene FIDELL†- comments on the premeditation in the case.]

Mitchell, Russ;
Cowan, Lee;
Miller, Michelle

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