BREAKING: Green Beret Who Body-Slammed Afghan Child Rapist Breaks Silence With HUGE Announcement that the White House did not want to Hear
Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland, the Green Beret discharged from the Army by President Barack Obama’s Pentagon for body-slamming an Afghan child rapist, made an incredible public statement Monday about his case.
“Kicking me out of the Army is morally wrong, and the entire country knows it,” he said in a written statement shared with Fox News.
Martland added that the rapist lied about the extent of his injuries.
“He was never knocked out, and he ran away from our camp,” Martland explained. “It did not last longer than five minutes. The child rapist’s allegations against us are ridiculous.”
The incident occurred in 2011, when Martland and his team leader Capt. Daniel Quinn were told by a boy that he had been tied to a post for 10 days or longer and raped repeatedly by Abdul Rahman, a local police commander considered by Obama’s Pentagon to be an ally worth training, arming and paying.
After Martland and Quinn later learned that Rahman had beaten the boy’s mother in retaliation for snitching, they confronted him, only to hear him laugh about the situation and claim that it wasn’t a big deal because the victim was “only a boy.”
This inspired Quinn, who has since voluntarily left the military, to throw Rahman across the room, after which Martland body-slammed him.
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