NY soldier denies guilt after 'fraggi...

NY soldier denies guilt after 'fragging' acquittal

There are 2 comments on the Newsday story from Dec 10, 2008, titled NY soldier denies guilt after 'fragging' acquittal. In it, Newsday reports that:

A New York National Guard soldier acquitted last week of murder in the deaths of two superior officers in Iraq says he expected a guilty verdict despite being "very, very innocent" of the killings.

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liner

Bronx, NY

#1 Dec 11, 2008
Wonder who killed these guys? Somebody did.
Rodney

Gorham, ME

#2 Dec 11, 2008
liner wrote:
Wonder who killed these guys? Somebody did.
there was a lot of proof against this narcissist who couldnt handle criticism..the families should appeal the judge and jury...the law has always considered circumstantial evidence stronger than eyewitness evidence and there was lots to connect this murderer to the premeditated fragging....may oj will help find the true killers! grieve the massacered officers..give all help to the widows and any children..the monster walks the streets thanks to cockeyed jury,

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