Afghans Want Public Trial

The Afghan parliament is calling for a public trial against the U.S. soldier accused of killing 16 civilians Sunday. Lawmakers want the man, who allegedly shot dead nine children and three women, to face trial in Afghanistan, and passed a resolution saying that they've lost patience with foreign troops. The Taliban on Monday also vowed revenge. It's not yet clear what prompted the attack, but new details have emerged: an Afghan youth recounted how the serviceman, who seems to have acted alone, moved through homes like he was searching for targets, then even burned some of the bodies.