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Insight: In U.S. soldier's death, a window into Afghan insider killings

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders (L), who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured with his mother Genevieve Woydziak (C) and his stepfather Troy Woydziak in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders (L), who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured with his mother Genevieve Woydziak (C) and his stepfather Troy Woydziak in this undated handout family photo...more

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders (L), who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured with his mother Genevieve Woydziak (C) and his stepfather Troy Woydziak in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout
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U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the...more

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout
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U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the...more

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout
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U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the...more

U.S. Army specialist Mabry Anders, who was killed in an attack by an Afghan army soldier in Afghanistan on August 27, 2012, is pictured in this undated handout family photo obtained by Reuters September 26, 2012. The "insider attack" also took the life of another U.S. soldier, Sergeant Christopher Birdwell. REUTERS/Anders Family/Handout
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