CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. (AP) — Prosecutors have shown outtakes of a 2007 "60 Minutes" interview as a major war crimes trial at Southern California's Camp Pendleton resumed Friday.In the interview, Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich (WOO'-tur-ich) said he was trained to "positively identify your target before you shoot to kill."Wuterich is charged with nine counts of voluntary manslaughter after his squad killed 24 unarmed Iraqis during a series of raids on homes in Haditha (hah-DEE'-thuh) after a roadside bomb killed a Marine.Prosecutors have argued Wuterich lost control of himself after seeing his friend blown apart by the bomb.In the "60 Minutes" interview, Wuterich said he understood before going into Haditha in 2005 that it was a dangerous place.Lt. Col. David Jones excused jurors early Wednesday and told lawyers to explore options, fueling speculation a plea deal was in the works. On Friday, Jones advised jurors not to speculate on the reasons for the delay.