May 21, 2011
by Maureen Cosgrove
The US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Friday unanimously ruled to uphold a $413 million judgment against Syria for assisting in the the murders of two US contractors. In 2004, two military contractors assisting the US in Iraq, Olin Armstrong and Jack Hensley, were ...[read more]
June 1, 2009
by Ingrid Burke
CSX Transportation, Inc. v. Hensley, US Supreme Court, June 1, 2009. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here. csx v thurston- Get more Business Documents... ...[read more]
November 11, 2007
by Andrew Gilmore
US Army Staff Sgt. Michael Hensley was acquitted at court-martial late last week of premeditated murder charges related to the separate deaths of three Iraqi civilians in April and May this year in the vicinity of Iskandariyah, according to a statement issued by the US military Saturday. He was, ...[read more]
September 29, 2007
by Jeannie Shawl
US Army Spc. Jorge G. Sandoval was sentenced Saturday to five months in prison for his role in covering up the shootings of three unarmed Iraqis. Sandoval was convicted Friday at his court-martial of planting evidence but was acquitted of premeditated murder. In addition to the prison sentence, ...[read more]
September 28, 2007
by Katerina Ossenova
A military panel Friday found US Army Spc. Jorge G. Sandoval not guilty of murder in the shooting deaths of three unarmed Iraqis but convicted him of planting evidence to cover up the shootings. Sandoval, along with Staff Sgt. Michael A. Hensley and Sgt. Evan Vela, was charged with premeditated ...[read more]
September 26, 2007
by Brett Murphy
US Army Spc. Jorge G. Sandoval pleaded not guilty at his court-martial in Iraq Wednesday to charges that he and two other soldiers killed three unarmed Iraqis and then placed weapons next to the bodies. Sandoval, along with Staff Sgt. Michael A. Hensley and Sgt. Evan Vela, was charged with ...[read more]
August 8, 2007
by Brett Murphy
US Staff Sgt. Michael A. Hensley has refused to accept a plea agreement and maintains his innocence on allegations that he and two other soldiers killed three unarmed Iraqis and then placed weapons next to the bodies, according to an interview with Hensley's mother published in Wednesday's A... ...[read more]
July 2, 2007
by Michael Sung
The Multinational Force-Iraq (MNF-I) announced Monday that US Army Sgt. Evan Vela has been charged with premeditated murder, obstruction of justice, wrongfully placing weapons with the remains of deceased Iraqis, and making a false official statement in connection with the killing of three unarmed ...[read more]
June 30, 2007
by Michael Sung
The Multinational Force-Iraq (MNF-I) announced charges Saturday of premeditated murder and wrongfully placing weapons with the remains of deceased Iraqis against US Army Staff Sergeant Michael A. Hensley and Specialist Jorge G. Sandoval, Jr. The two soldiers allegedly killed three unarmed Iraqis ...[read more]
September 22, 2004
by Jacob Samad
One day after news of the beheading of American hostage Jack Hensley, the Iraqi Justice Ministry said Wednesday that Rihab Rashid Taha will be released from American custody Thursday and that Huda Salih Mahdi Ammash may follow soon. The Abu Musab al-Zarqawi insurgent group had demanded the ...[read more]

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