Photograph of courtroom sketch by artist Silver shows U.S. Army soldier Bales and his defense attorney Scanlan listening to testimony in Washington

 
Photograph of courtroom sketch by artist Silver shows U.S. Army soldier Bales and his defense attorney Scanlan listening to testimony in Washington
This photograph of a courtroom sketch by artist Lois Silver shows U.S. Army soldier Staff Sergeant Robert Bales, (2nd L) and his defense attorney Emma Scanlan (L) listening to testimony by second witness Corporal David Godwin (2nd R) and lead prosecuting attorney Lieutenant Colonel Jay Morse during the first days of Bales' military Article-32 Investigation, a U.S. Courts Martial pre-trial proceeding, at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington November 5, 2012. A U.S. Army soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan villagers in a drunken rampage in March faces the military version of a preliminary hearing starting on Monday to determine if there is sufficient evidence for a court martial. Bales is accused of killing Afghan villagers in a drunken rampage on March 11, 2012 and faces 16 counts of premeditated murder. Also pictured in this courtroom sketch is presiding investigation officer Col. Lee Demecky (top). REUTERS/Anthony Bolante