Bales Fought Losing War on Home Front as Mortgage Debt MountedClea Benson and Elliot Blair Smith
Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales took his first step toward financial ruin while on a second tour of duty in Iraq. The man now accused of killing at least 16 Afghan civilians agreed to repay more than $500,000 in mortgages on two properties he owned in Washington state.
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