Spc. Jeremy Morlock yesterday admitted he helped kill three Afghan civilians last year, but he couldn’t say for sure if his weapons caused their deaths.
He still said he was guilty, though, because he conspired to kill the noncombatants and created situations that led to their deaths.
Attorneys for his codefendants in a war crimes investigation unfolding at Joint Base Lewis-McChord have been hammering the Army for not producing conclusive evidence that would show which soldiers are responsible for murdering the Afghans. Some defense teams are trying to get to Afghanistan to visit the scenes of the killings to gather …