Links to other articles covering this incident from TalkingPointsMemo.com and Wired.com as well as a link to the Army investigative documents posted on the Centcom Information Portal.
some new developments late tonight. TalkingPointsMemo has picked up the story and has a few links here. Additionally, Wired.com's "Danger Room" has a pretty good article on Wikileaks involvement, including noting that the normally neutral wikileaks has made the leap into investigative reporting. Will this continue? Is this a sort of evolution in reporting? I'd be interested in various viewpoints.
Lastly, TPMMuckraker's latest update includes a link to the Centcom Information Portal that has posted documents of the investigation. There you have it folks! Information (redacted) from the horse's mouth.
I've read through the documents and viewed the video. The latest information most likely won't change anyone's mind. But if you're interested in learning more about what actually happened, you owe it to yourself to view the documents. The most revealing (in more ways than one) is the 2nd Brigade Combat Team investigation (document #6). If you only read one thing from that site, that's the report to read.
This will by no means end the debate, but I think it's an important part to it...