I found them on the first try. http://www.iopl.org/home.html
Lt. Pantano shot and killed two unarmed men. Men who should have been secured, then had their vehicle searched. This was a violation of protocol.
He not only emptied a magazine into them, he reloaded and emptied that one into them as well. Marines are better shots than that. He then hung a sign on them. Were they terrorists? We'll never know. Could they have provided us with live-saving intelligence? Once again, we'll never know.
The officer that decided that his trial shouldn't go any further was probably informed that the war didn't need another black eye, and Lt. Pantano was to be given the option of resigning his commission.
I've fired pistols, rifles, shotguns, and automatic weapons, and they all require some thought during the reloading process.
I would not elect Lt. Pantano as dog catcher during a rabies epidemic, much less to Congress.
More information about formatting options