“There was a poll that came out two weeks after Sgt. Bales was arrested … the number of people opposed to the war rose 20 percentage points since this alleged incident," said attorney John Henry Browne, right, pictured in March with co-counsel Emily Gause, left, and Colleen Hartl in Seattle. Browne is defending U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, who is accused of killing 17 Afghan civilians.
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