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Wed April 29, 2009
Green Trial: Day Three
By Carrie Pond
Paducah, KY – An Army officer who oversaw the unit of Steven Green faces more questioning today. This is the third day of the one-time warrior's trial in Paducah. Green's attorneys continue to question Lt. Col. Thomas Kunk about the former 101st Airborne Soldier's unit and how the criminal investigation into the slayings started. Kunk told jurors yesterday he heard from other soldiers in June 2006 that Americans may have been involved in the slayings. After conducting initial interviews, Kunk says, he turned the case over to Army investigators. Green has pleaded not guilty to sexual assault and four counts of murder stemming from the March 2006 attack on a 14-year-old girl and her family.