From Raw Story.
Ware says there was a teenage boy in the street carrying a weapon for protection.
‘‘(The boy) approached the house we were in and the (US) soldiers who were watching our backs, one of them put a bullet right in the back of his head. Unfortunately it didn't kill him,’’ Ware told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, as quoted at the Brisbane Times.
Ware said his footage of the incident was deemed "too graphic" by CNN bosses to be placed on the air.