Congressional Subcommittee Headed To Fort Bragg
Posted September 25, 2002
FORT BRAGG, N.C. — A congressional subcommittee is headed to Fayetteville next week to discuss a series of murders involving Fort Bragg soldiers.
Several closed-door meetings are scheduled for Monday on post and at Fayetteville Technical Community College.
Representatives will assess the military's efforts to prevent and intervene in domestic violence situations.
Four Fort Bragg soldiers are charged with killing their wives; two of those soldiers then committed suicide.