David Brahms

National Institute of Military Justice

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Retired Marine Brigadier General and former director of the Judge Advocate Division; lawyer in private practice focused on the area of military law and member of the Board of Advisors of the National Institute of Military Justice

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It's one of the worst war crimes by an American soldier: Sergeant Robert Bales is accused of leaving his base in a remote part of Afghanistan, brutally murdering 16 civilians,…

Another Atrocity in the War in Afghanistan

It's one of the worst war crimes by an American soldier: Sergeant Robert Bales is accused of leaving his base in a remote part of Afghanistan, brutally murdering 16 civilians,…

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