A soldier accused of killing a woman and two children more than 20 years ago faces arraignment before a military court in about a week and a half.
Timothy Hennis insists that he's innocent of charges that he
killed the wife of an Air Force captain and two of her children at their home near Fort Bragg in May 1985 Hennis's attorney, Frank Spinner, says the Army master sergeant will learn formally of the charges against him at the arraignment hearing on September 18.
He could be executed if he's convicted of killing Kathryn Eastburn and two of her three children.
Hennis was convicted and sentenced to death at a civilian trial 1986, but the state Supreme Court awarded him a new trial.
A second jury acquitted Hennis in April 1989.