Ft. Bragg Barrack Construction Postponed After Killing

Construction of barracks at Fort Bragg will be postponed so that a forensic evidence expert can examine the area where a soldier is charged with killing one person and wounding 18.

That's the ruling of military judge Colonel Patrick Parrish in
the case of Sergeant William Kreutzer.

Kreutzer is being retried in the shootings that occurred in
October 1995 at Towle Stadium as the brigade held early morning
exercises.

Parrish has also agreed to appoint an expert in forensic
evidence analysis. Parrish denied a motion seeking an independent investigator to help the defense.

The charges against Kreutzer include one count of premeditated
murder in the death of Major Stephen A. Badger and 18 counts of
attempted murder.


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