September 24, 2011
by Erin Bock
A soldier with the US Army was sentenced on Friday for his role in murdering an unarmed teenage Afghan civilian. Private Andrew Holmes was sentenced to seven years in prison as part of a plea deal that he agreed to on Thursday. Holmes pleaded guilty to shooting the civilian, but pleaded not ...[read more]
September 23, 2011
by Maureen Cosgrove
Private Andrew Holmes, 21, pleaded guilty on Thursday to murdering a teenage Afghan civilian that he knew was unarmed. Holmes is the second soldier to plead guilty of five who have been charged with murder as part of a plot contrived with fellow soldiers to kill Afghan civilians which took place ...[read more]
November 21, 2010
by Dwyer Arce
The US Army Court of Criminal Appeals on Friday stayed proceedings against a soldier charged in the death of an Afghan civilian in January. The stay was granted in the case of Private First Class Andrew Holmes of Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and allows time for the prosecution and defense to argue ...[read more]
October 29, 2008
by Andrew Wood
Donald G. Rehkopf, Jr.:For those unfamiliar with military practice under the Uniform Code of Military Justice,reading the recent federal District Court decision in Watada v. Head, is probably as baffling as any of the great Sherlock Holmes mysteries. But, like any of the Holmes... ...[read more]

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