When Kelly A. Stewart looks in the rear-view mirror of his life, the Army Special Forces selection process highlighted in the 2009 Discovery Channel documentary, Two Weeks In Hell, must rank among the toughest challenges he’s ever faced. But it’s not THE toughest challenge the Green Beret faced in 2009.
A highly-decorated combat veteran, Stewart found himself face to face with a challenge unlike anything he had ever faced. Both his future and his life were placed on the line after a then-28-year-old German woman accused him of rape and kidnapping. The court-martial to decide his future took place during three days in August 2009.
To learn more about his case, order a copy of my first nonfiction book, Three Days In August (October 2011), in which I chronicle Stewart’s rough encounter with the military justice system that let him down in huge way.
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