Military law advocates on Monday filed a brief to support a Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier’s push to force the Army to disclose photographs of an Afghan he allegedly killed in January.
Pfc. Andrew Holmes of Boise, Idaho, is one of five Stryker soldiers in the 5th Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division who are accused of murdering Afghan civilians during their deployment earlier this year.
His attorney wants the Army to release images of Afghan casualties Holmes and his platoon mates took during their patrols.
Those images have been ordered to remain concealed at Lewis-McChord’s Criminal Investigations Division out of …