Soldier Accused Of Killing Innocent Afghans In Kansas Prison

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Kansas City, MO (CNN) - The Army staff sergeant accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians is expected to meet with his legal defense team for the first time.

Robert Bales is being represented by John Henry Browne -- the same attorney who defended serial killer Ted Bundy and mass murderer Benjamin Ng (ing).
Browne has already hinted to a possible post-traumatic stress disorder defense for Bales.

Bales may also be formally charged this week in the deaths of those 16 Afghan civilians. Right now, he's in a Kansas military prison in solitary confinement.