The Kill Team Episode is Live

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That’s Strange recently did a live episode on the Maywand District murders, the case shown in the documentary ‘The Kill Team’. The tragic story made national news, as the Army arrested twelve of its own members for various crimes committed on deployment to Afghanistan. Five of those soldiers were arrested with serious charges including but not limited to premeditated murder. How could this all have happened? Come with us as we break down all the small details of the crimes they were accused of committing. Most stories that come out of the Central Asian country involve patriotism, heroics, and the sheer will of the men and women sent on deployment, but this story is a beast all its own. In the end this is a story about the crimes committed by the platoon and the leadership that fanned the flames.

Click here to listen to the episode now! Don’t forget to head over to That’s Strange to keep up to date on all future content. If you haven’t had the chance to check out Downright Creepy, we absolutely love our partnership with them and if you are into our content, you will be right at home. While there check out Chad’s gaming articles in the DRC Gaming section.

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Some of the images discussed in the episode

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Staff Sergeant Calvin Gibbs
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Gibbs Skull Tattoos
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Specialist Jeremy N. Morlock
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Private First Class Justin Stoner. Army evidence of bruising

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