Seven Marines may testify on Iraq killings

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April 21, 2007 03:33

 
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Military prosecutors have granted immunity to at least seven Marines and they may be called to testify at the trial of fellow troops accused in the slayings of 24 Iraqi civilians in Haditha, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. The orders were obtained from someone involved in the case who declined to be identified because the documents are not public.

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