Attorneys at Fort Bragg representing a soldier charged with killing two superior officers in Iraq will get access to the government's electronic data, including classified evidence.
The military judge ordered the access yesterday. Staff Sergeant Alberto Martinez faces two counts of premeditated murder in the deaths of Captain Phillip Esposito and First Lieutenant Louis Allen.
Prosecutors say Martinez, of the New York Army National Guard, set off grenades and a mine in a room where Esposito and Allen were staying in June 2005.
The judge says that the government must allow access to both unclassified and classified data collected in the case. He also ordered the government to provide a computer expert to the defense lawyers.