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John Henry Browne, the lawyer defending US soldier Sergeant Robert Bales who is accused of killing 16 Afghan civliians in a shooting spree, says there is little hard evidence against his client. Browne vowed that if the case does go to court, there will be more than just Bales in the dock: "I think the war is on trial, I think the war should be on trial, and I'm hoping the war will be on trial." Browne also says Sergeant Robert Bales cannot remember much about the night of the shooting. Formal charges are expected in the next few days, but the case could take up to two years to get to court. Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from Washington, DC.
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