Charges filed in Little Rock recruiting station shooting

A Tennessee man accused of shooting two Army recruiters in Little Rock now faces capital murder and attempted capital murder charges.

Abdulhakim Muhammad is charged in the June 1 shooting death of Pvt. William Long and wounding of Pvt. Quinton Ezeagwula.

The two were shot as they stood outside a recruiting station.

If convicted of the capital murder charge, Muhammad could receive the death penalty.

In an interview, Muhammad said he didn't consider the killing a murder because U.S. military action in the Middle East made the killing justified.