Review an innocent soldier’s wrongful conviction

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Joe Labadie
4 weeks ago
The military can ruin your life in the blink of an eye. I’m a Marine Corps veteran and this man needs his case reviewed.

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Jessica Irvan
Aug 24, 2021
We all deserve a chance at Justice and people are wrongfully charged and prosecuted everyday. Taking a 2nd look wont hurt anybody. May the truth shine bright as truth has its way.

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Priscilla Perez-Nunez
Aug 23, 2021
He fought for our Country and its people. He deserves to have his file thoroughly, indiscriminately looked at.

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Dava Lowe
Aug 15, 2021
Everyone deserves the right to clear their name. Thank you for your service. ❤️

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Daniel Jowers
Aug 15, 2021
I am an army vet. He should given a chance

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SPC Jessicalynn Flores Tanguma
Mar 18, 2021
Yes sir I myself am wrongfully convicted and I will be the first to sign your petition and I am in San Antonio Texas and my job was civil affairs with psyops and I wish you luck in everything you do and I hope you get the outcome you deserve

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Patti Marsh
Feb 10, 2021
I pray for your wrongful conviction to be overturned

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Kent Dobbs
Jan 30, 2021
This is outrageous. The commanding officers who coerced the false witness to lie to frame this soldier, are the ones who need to be discharged without honor and spend 25 to 40 years in prison. Give this man the outcome that his innocence and science that show him to be not guilty.

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Allen Ritter II
1 year ago
Ken is a good man, whose honor and dignity best represents this country.

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David Brown
1 year ago
I am a gay man, and this innocent man proudly served our country.