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Green Beret who beat up accused child rapist will be allowed to stay in uniform. Blake Stilwell. Posted On April 02, 2018 09:40:45 Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland will be allowed to stay in the Army after the service reversed its decision to kick him out. Martland was being forcibly discharged over a 2011 incident in which he confronted an ...

Sgt. Charles Martland, the Army Green Beret who is being kicked out of the Army for defending a victimized Afghan child, was granted another extension for his appeal. The end of April is now the deadline for Martland's appeal. Here's the thing, though: Martland's paperwork has been in …

Charles Martland. Charles Martland is a patriot. Charles Martland is a patriot. Sergeant 1st Class Charles Martland, is a decorated Green Beret being separated involuntarily from the U.S. Army for kicking and body slamming an Afghan …

Sergeant 1 st Class Charles Martland was set to be kicked out of the Army for "straightening out" an Afghan pedophile commander, who chained up a boy and repeatedly raped him for days on an American base, after beating the boy's mother. Martland, a decorated Green Beret, said he felt a "moral obligation to act." Continue reading ...

Meanwhile, Martland's supporters believe the U.S. Army has sided with the alleged rapist. A top Army general severely reprimanded Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland, the Green Beret, and Capt. Daniel Quinn, his team leader, for confronting the accused rapist, identified as Afghan Local Police (ALP) Commander Abdul Rahman.The incident took place in Kunduz province back in September 2011.

Sergeant 1st Class Charles Martland (pictured), was serving in Afghanistan's war-torn Kunduz Province in 2011 when he confronted a local police commander who he believed had raped a boy When Rahman laughed off the allegations the two Green Berets shoved him to the ground.

Owning boys as slaves is a status symbol in Afghanistan. File Photo. A decorated Green Beret, Sgt. Charles Martland, who has given 11 years to the service, has lost his appeal to remain in the service of his country because he shoved an Afghan police commander who raped a 12-year old boy repeatedly.

Green Beret Non-Commissioned Officer Sergeant First Class (SFC) Charles Martland needs you to speak up for him now more than ever after the Army Human Resources Command has recommended that he be kicked out of the Armed Services. Though this recommendation is not final, it is a significant setback in the fight for his reinstatement.

Sergeant First Class (SFC) Charles Martland's fate could be decided at any day. If you don't know the story of this decorated Green Beret – a Bronze Star Medal recipient – you need to watch this moving and impassioned speech delivered by an Army veteran, state legislator (from my home state).

Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland, a Green Beret and Bronze Star recipient for his heroic actions during a deployment to Afghanistan, is being kicked out of the Army after a decorated 11-year career. The reason is sure to leave you enraged. Martland it seems, confronted an Afghan police officer trained by the U.S. after learning […]