Sergeant Pleads Guilty To Stabbing Fellow Soldier To Death On Army Base

  • A former U.S. Army sergeant pled guilty to stabbing a fellow soldier to death on American soil, and a federal judge sentenced him to life in federal prison without parole.
  • The guilty plea from 29-year-old Byron Brooker came back in October of 2022 under the charge of “premeditated murder of a member of the United States Uniformed Services,” Military Times reported. Brooker stabbed 21-year-old Austin Hawk to death at Georgia Army barracks located at Fort Stewart because he had reported him to Army leadership for smoking weed.
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