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Murder Trial of Iraq “Fragging” Incident Begins on Tuesday in Fort Bragg

Murder Trial of Iraq “Fragging” Incident Begins on Tuesday in Fort Bragg

What: The murder trial of the National Guardsman accused of what the military is calling the sole “fragging” incident in Iraq is scheduled to begin Tuesday, October 7 in Fort Bragg, NC. National Guard Staff Sergeant Alberto Martinez faces the death penalty for allegedly killing two National Guard officers, Captain Phillip Esposito and 1st Lieutenant Louis Allen, in Tikrit, Iraq. Martinez faces the death penalty if convicted.

Who: Former JAG attorney and Assistant United States Attorney Greg T. Rinckey is available for independent expert commentary and analysis on this unique case. Rinckey prosecuted and defended hundreds of felony cases with charges ranging from drug possession to murder and currently focuses his practice on military criminal law.

Members of the media may utilize Rinckey’s knowledge and experience involving military law and court martial proceedings.

When: Greg T. Rinckey is available via phone or in person at the firm’s Albany, New York office or in-studio at your convenience.

Rinckey will be available throughout the trial for ongoing commentary and case developments.


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