Bales’s Security Clearance May Reflect Strain on ApprovalRoxana Tiron and Tony Capaccio
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Robert Bales held a security clearance at the time he’s accused of murdering 17 Afghan civilians, and that’s prompted officials and analysts to ask if the war on terror has overwhelmed the government’s procedures for granting access to its secrets.
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