Erroneous legal rulings and prosecutorial misconduct tainted Nick Slatten’s third trial, misled his jury, and resulted in his wrongful conviction. But we will keep the faith, and our fight will continue until Nick, Paul Slough, Dustin Heard, and Evan Liberty are home where they belong.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.
After a third, lengthy trial, decorated combat veteran Nick Slatten’s jury is now three-and-a-half days into its deliberation. This post highlights some key differences between this trial and previous trials and explains key areas of reasonable doubt that should require the acquittal of an innocent man whose life the government is trying to steal.Read More
For what we believe to be the first time, the media has expanded its coverage of the case beyond the evidence proving that someone besides Nick killed the Kia’s driver. Earlier today, USA Today published an article referencing the evidence of whom Nick shot and why his actions were justified. Will this evidence convince Nick’s third jury to send him home, or will the government’s emotional appeals in a highly political case again result in Nick being held accountable for shots—both to the Kia’s driver and others—that simply were not his and therefore should not be his to defend?Read More
Over 11 years later, Nick Slatten prepares to be tried a third time for an alleged war-zone crime that the evidence is clear he simply did not commit. Nick’s future depends on an impartial jury that will not be swayed by emotion and bias. Please pray that the jurors selected will follow the law and not send an innocent man to prison for the rest of his life.Read More