reuters.myway.com/article/20041116/2004-11-16T142730Z_01_N16187653_RTRI... Falluja, Iraq (Reuters)- U.S. Marines rallied around a comrade under investigation for killing a wounded Iraqi during the offensive in Falluja, saying he was probably under combat stress in unpredictable, hair-trigger circumstances. Marines interviewed on Tuesday said they didn't see the shooting as a scandal, rather the act of a comrade who faced intense pressure during the effort to quell the insurgency in the city. "I can see why he would do it. He was probably running around being shot at for days on end in Falluja. there should be an investigation but they should look inot the circumstances," said Lance Corpral Christopher Hanson. "I would have shot the insurgent too. Two shots to the heads," said Seargeant Nicholas Graham, 24 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. "You can't trust these people. he should not be investigated. He did nothing wrong."