If a trial is supposed to be a search for the truth, this government admission should not be overlooked. For more information visit our website at www.freeraven23.comRead More
This blog is dedicated to our fight to secure the freedom of three wrongly convicted, decorated servicemen and to stop the unjust prosecution of a fourth.
In this case, the government had every reason to know that the testimony of Sarhan Dheyab Abdul Monem, an Iraqi police officer present during the incident, was false, but nonetheless presented Mr. Monem as a key witness—the second witness at trial—and shaped its theory of the case on his testimony (1). As a direct result of that presentation, the jury was misled into believing that the Defendants’ actions on September 16, 2007 were unjustified from the very start. This conclusion led to the Defendants’ convictions for voluntary and attempted voluntary manslaughter, as opposed to acquittals on those charges or convictions on the lesser- included offenses of involuntary manslaughter.Read More
Paul Slough addresses the court prior to sentencing on April 13, 2015 in Washington D.C. He points out evidence to the court that the ammunition that killed a 9-year old boy was black-tipped and not the ammunition that was issued to, or in the possession of Mr. Slough on September 16, 2007 in Nisur Square, Baghdad, Iraq.Read More