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The US soldier accused of a massacre of Afghan civilians will be charged with 17 counts of murder and six of assault and attempted murder. Staff Sergeant Robert Bales is currently held in solitary confinement at a military detention center in the US and could face the death penalty if convicted. Earlier this week his attorney said there's a lack of evidence against his client and he has no memory of incident. Meanwhile the Taliban has already vowed to take revenge against American forces, saying it doesn't trust a U.S. court to deliver justice. Jim Brann from Stop the War Coalition says Washington privately views Afghanistan's leaders dismissively - a policy it follows in dealings with other countries.RT on Twitter on Facebook