Soldiers suspected in five killings in US.
Soldiers originally stationed at Fort Carson in Colorado and now back from deployment in Iraq are suspects in at least five slayings, CNN reported Sunday. Cmdr. Maj. Gen. Mark Graham announced that a task force would examine the five killings that have all been allegedly committed by soldiers from the 4th Brigade Combat Team in the past 14 months. In addition, Fort Carson plans to do rescreenings on about 1,200 soldiers from the brigade for potential physical and mental health problems.
The most recent allegation is one directed at 21-year-old Spc. Robert Hull Marko, who on Monday led investigators to the body of a girl he claimed he killed outside of Colorado Springs. ABC reported two-other brigade members were earlier named in the attempted murder of a fellow brigade captain and in the slayings of two people setting up signs for a garage sale.