We've been aggressively fighting to defend this decorated war hero - a Bronze Star Medal recipient - from this injustice.
Now the military has just extended the deadline for a decision in his case. Congress has forced an investigation. And now our key recommendations to protect children from this horror and force the military to confront - not ignore - this evil have been included in the MARTLAND Act.
This week we made an oral intervention at the United Nations, exposing the rampant rape of Afghani children: "The boys are often beaten and injured physically, in some cases to death." We've sent critical legal letters to the Military and President Obama to defend SFC Martland.
But now this decorated soldier needs to hear from you.
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