American Soldier Faces Sentencing For Kosovo Murder
An American soldier who confessed to murdering an 11-year-old girl while on peacekeeping operations in Kosovo will face sentencing on July 31st. U.S. Staff Sergeant Frank Ronghi pled guilty to the sodomy and premeditated murder of an ethnic Albanian girl in Kosovo. He faces a maximum penalty of life imprisonment without chance of parole.
Media Resources: Reuters 31 July 2000
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