More charges to follow. They reportedly bragged about it later. They indiscriminately shot numerous civilians and faced 14 murder charges, injured 17 others and many other layers of crimes. Of course they are going to fight the verdict with more charges to follow after further deliberation. This is just what has been agreed on. The showed no remorse afterwards and were "high-fiving and slapping people on back as if he had just won a big football game." No surprise these type of results abroad in the faux war on terror with the epic police brutality regularly exposed towards American citizens. They all appear to be white boys, smiling outside after the verdict. We will see if the charges stick or quietly are dismissed later on. Here is an excerpt from the article:
The jury of eight women and four men deliberated for 27 days before convicting Nicholas A. Slatten, of Sparta, Tennessee., of first-degree murder. The panel also convicted Paul A. Slough of Keller, Texas of 13 counts of manslaughter and 16 counts of attempted manslaughter; Evan S. Liberty of Rochester, New Hampshire of eight counts of manslaughter and 12 counts of attempted manslaughter; and Dustin L. Heard of Knoxville, Tenn. of six counts of manslaughter and 11 counts of attempted manslaughter, the Washington Post reported. Slough, Liberty and Heard were also convicted of using military firearms while committing a felony.