Earlier this year, we covered some cases in the military justice system that were disturbing in more ways than one. Not only were elite special-operations troops accused of serious crimes, there was also disturbing misconduct by prosecutors and investigators. Read full article on The Patriot Post
President Trump promised Saturday that the White House will review the case of former Green Beret Mathew Golsteyn, who is charged with murder in the 2010 shooting death of an Afghan man. Read full article on The Washington Times
The case of Maj. Matthew Golsteyn, the decorated former Green Beret facing murder charges after killing a Taliban bomb-maker in Afghanistan, is now under review by the White House, the president said Saturday. Read the full article on Fox News
Nancy Golsteyn, the mother of Major Mat Golsteyn, discusses her son’s case which is under review at the White House. See the video on Fox News.
The lawyer representing a decorated Green Beret facing a December court-martial in the killing of a suspected Taliban bomb maker claims the Army’s “increasingly secretive prosecution” of Major Mathew Golsteyn violates his constitutional rights and raises “troubling questions.” Read full article at The Washington Times
The civilian defense attorney for an Army Green Beret major charged with murder in the 2010 death of an alleged Afghan bombmaker is claiming that the military’s “secretive” prosecution is denying his client his constitutional rights. Read Full Article at Army Times
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C., Oct. 9, 2019 – The U.S. Army’s increasingly secretive prosecution of Maj. Mathew Golsteyn raises troubling questions about the prosecution and witnesses in the case, and it violates the decorated Green Beret’s constitutional rights, his defense attorney Phillip Stackhouse said today. Read the full press release below.