Lawyers for U.S. soldier in Afghan killings want prosecutors ousted

(Reuters) – Attorneys for a U.S. soldier who pleaded guilty in June to killing 16 Afghan civilians in cold blood have moved to dismiss the prosecution team weeks before a scheduled sentencing hearing that will decide if he will ever have a chance at parole.

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