Soldier's Confession Will Not Be Thrown Out

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Updated: 4/21/2012 8:53 pm
     A soldier who went AWOL from Fort Campbell was in court Friday.  The judge rejected a motion made by the defense to throw out a confession from Private First Class Naser Abdo.  He admitted to planning to bomb a Texas restaurant filled with troops from Fort Hood.  Lawyers say authorities did not read him his Miranda Rights or grant his request for a lawyer before he told them of plans to blow up the building and shoot the survivors.  If Abdo is found guilty he'll face life in prison.  His trial is set for May.
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