Two more soldiers face courts-martial in Afghan case
Twelve soldiers in all have been implicated in a drug investigation
December 11, 2010 5:37AM (UTC)
Officials at Joint Base Lewis-McChord say cases against two more soldiers charged with misconduct in Afghanistan will proceed to courts-martial.
Spc. Corey Moore, of Redondo Beach, Calif., and Cpl. Emmitt Quintal, of Weston, Ore., are charged with drug use and with beating up another soldier who was a witness in a drug investigation.
Twelve soldiers are charged in all. Five are accused of murder and conspiracy in the deaths of three Afghan civilians this year.
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