U.S. pays Afghan families for murdered victims
New details have been released on the Afghan shooting rampage involving a U.S. Marine.
Afghan officials say the U.S. paid $860,000 to the families of those killed or injured. That included 50,000 for each of the 16 people killed in during the March 11 massacre, as well as 10,000 for each of the six people injured.
A legal defense fund has also been established for Staff Sgt. Robert Bales by his wife to help cover attorneys' fees.
Monday, Military investigators are also looking into the possibility that Bales committed the shootings in two separate trips off base.