There is a story which has been unfolding on Blogtalkradio which
maybeinteresting to you. Briefly, a soldier by the name of Cory Clagett
isawaiting military trial in Kentucky for murdering two insurgents in Iraq.
Heand three others are being held and the trial is set for January
15th.Corey's mom has been a guest on a blogshow (link below) three times
and herstory is quite compelling. The Clagett family is all military - her
husbandand two sons are military.Apart from a brief segment on
Nightline, no one is talking about this case.By that I mean media or the
blogging community. Perhaps this content isoutside your comfort zone, but I
was wondering if you could look at some ofthis information and let me know
what you think. I have attached the following things to this email which
include:- transcripts of both shows on BTRClick here for the transripts- Host channel where the
audio is archived - last nights brief show islisted therehttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/hostpage.aspx?show_id=6859- Gannet
newswire on the latest ruling from yesterday. Michael Baden hasbeen
appointed to handle the Pathology work for Clagett.
- MEALAND RAGLAND-HUDGINS,GANNETT TENNESSEEFORT CAMPBELL
Witnesses OK'd in court-martialA military judge ruled Thursday to allow
two expert witnesses to testify forPfc. Corey R. Clagett, one of five 101st
Airborne soldiers charged withkilling three Iraqi detainees.Evidence
aimed to discredit the prosecution's key witness will be allowed,and
Clagett's former brigade commander, Col. Michael Steele, will berequired to
testify. Clagett's court-martial is slated for Jan. 15.Military Judge Col.
Theodore E. Dixon ruled New York forensic pathologistDr. Michael Baden and a
social psychologist will be expert witnesses duringthe trial.The judge
also will allow pornography on a computer used by Pfc. BradleyMason to be
admitted in court. Mason is the prosecution's fact witness andis the soldier
who told others about the slayings.Clagett and four other soldiers with the
187th Infantry Regiment are chargedin the May 9 shooting deaths of three
Iraqi detainees.Previous testimony indicated that Steele told his soldiers
before the raidthat the area was a suspected al-Qaida hideout and to "kill
allmilitary-aged males."- CHANTAL ESCOTO,GANNETT TENNESSEE
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