Childress, Sarah; Hirsh, Michael; Hastings, Michael
August 2006
Newsweek;8/7/2006, Vol. 148 Issue 6, p34
The article discusses the personality and behavior of Steven Green, a former member of the U.S. Armed Forces serving in Iraq. Green is accused of raping a 14 year old Iraqi girl, and killing her and her family. The author describes Green's violent and unpredictable outbursts as a teenager and suggests he should not have been allowed in the Army at all due to his unstable mental faculties.


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