Pentagon Looks Into Motivation Behind Soldier's Deady Rampage
The Pentagon is looking into what snapped in an American soldier, accused of going off base on a deadly shooting spree that left 16 Afghan civillians dead.
The soldier had been deployed to Iraq three times and is believed to have seen a lot of combat. Whether he had been treated for post-traumatic stress disorder is under question.
And as Washington continues to look into reasons behind the massacre, other troubling questions about deadly backlashes arise. ABC's Lama Hasan has that story.
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