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Brendan Vaughan

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Executive Editor of GQ Magazine

Brendan Vaughan on KCRW

One of the most shocking moments of the war in Afghanistan came three years ago when American soldier Robert Bales murdered 16 Afghan men, women and children.

Robert Bales

One of the most shocking moments of the war in Afghanistan came three years ago when American soldier Robert Bales murdered 16 Afghan men, women and children.

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