The Army says no officer bears responsibility for the beating death of a Missouri soldier at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. The attack last year killed a private from Kansas City. The Army’s Inspector General report says there’s no general climate against homosexuals at the base. But senior defense officials say the investigation did find troublesome anti-gay attitudes against some members of the victim’s former unit of the 121st Airborne Division. In March, the Defense Department Inspector General said harassment based on perceived homosexuality is widespread in the military. The new report is expected to be made public on Friday.