Former Army Lt. Clint Lorance is serving a 19-year sentence for murder in the U.S. Army’s most notorious prison – Leavenworth. Exploring the challenging backstory, this chapter sets the stage for the incident in Afghanistan that irrevocably changed lives.
Lorance took command of the platoon in July 2012 and ordered fire on three local Afghans. Lorance, members of his platoon, and relatives of the victims give varied and conflicting accounts. Lorance’s new attorney seeks to overturn the conviction.
Lorance’s attorney revisits the court martial trial through an emotional meeting with the Lorance family. As he digs into overturning the conviction, he uncovers previously undisclosed evidence that could change the course of the case.
Options begin to wane for Lorance, and his team seeks political support through conservative media. The platoon takes issue with how the case is covered, and a passionate debate ensues over the role that media is playing in its outcome.
With no more options in the appellate process, Lorance’s team takes the case to civilian court. With a parole hearing and the possibility of a presidential pardon, there is hope, but his opponents dread the possibility of his release.
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