Accused U.S. Soldier “In Shock,” Has Memory Loss
Robert Bales’ lead attorney, John Henry Browne, spoke to CBS.
“He has an early memory of that evening, and he has a later memory of that evening, but he doesn’t have a memory of in between,” Browne said about the night of the shooting spree.
Contrary to some reports, Bales was not intoxicated, the attorney told CBS.
“He’s in shock. He’s fixated on the troops left on the ground, and what they’re accusing him of, and how that might have negative ramifications on his friends and compatriots,” Browne said.