Capt. Carl Bjork, accused of reckless endangerment (1 count) and premeditated murder (2 counts), will proceed to court martial by March, 120 days after he was officially charged and more than 3 years after the alleged acts occurred. Bjork’s attorney Victor Kelley told The US Report in December the accusers are 3 former Iraqi police and a former Iraqi intel officer who are currently detainees in Iraq.
Kelley founded and practices with The National Military Justice Group. He is a retired military officer.
On a blog established by Bjork’s supporters, there’s a brief post announcing the government’s decision to proceed.