Special Forces Officer Army Major Mathew Golsteyn Faces Murder Charge

Taliban

(Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA/AFP/Getty Images)

The President is reviewing the case of a former U.S. service member charged with the murder of a suspected Taliban bomb maker responsible for the deaths of two Marines.  In a tweet, President Trump said he is reviewing the case of Major Matthew Golsteyn who could face the death penalty.  The tweet signals that Trump could be considering pardoning the U.S. Army Green Beret.  In a statement, Army Lieutenant Colonel Loren Bymer said the Army has sufficient evidence to charge Golsteyn with the crime.  Golsteyn lost a Silver Star from the incident and left the Army in 2015 with a general discharge.

 

Hear "Geraldo in Cleveland" show as they take about what if anything should happen to Major Matthew Golsteyn.  Click the link below:  

 

Hear "Geraldo in Cleveland" weekdays from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Newsradio WTAM 1100 now on 106.9 FM.   wtam.com/listen

title

Content Goes Here