The final post of our three-part “From the Filings” series addresses how the government convinced a civilian jury to convict an innocent man and how the evidence on which the government relied does not—and cannot as a matter of law—add up to proof of guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.Read 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.
Despite confessions of a Raven 23 team member, which are corroborated by the eyewitnesses and physical evidence, Nick Slatten finds himself facing the possibility of dying in prison for shots that simply were not his. Part two of our three-part “From the Filings” series details this evidence of Nick’s innocence.Read More
Decorated combat veteran Nick Slatten was wrongly convicted of premeditated murder. Part one of our three-part “From the Filings” series details just one of the reasons Nick’s conviction must be overturned: the shot was impossible.Read More
The post-verdict filings are in. That means Nick Slatten is one step closer to the ruling that will determine whether he will be sentenced to die in prison for shots that were not his OR whether the lack of evidence, rights violations, and government misconduct that resulted in Nick's wrongful conviction require the complete dismissal of the case against him or, at the very least, a new trial.Read More