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Ex-Blackwater security contractor Nicholas Slatten was sentenced to life in prison. In 2007, he shot at unarmed Iraqi civilians that left 14 people dead

Ex-Blackwater security contractor Nicholas Slatten was sentenced to life in prison for a 2007 shooting of unarmed Iraqi civilians that left 14 people dead

Nicholas Slatten, just sentenced on war crime charges, was one of a handful of suspected war criminals President Donald Trump considered pardoning earlier this year.

Prosecutors charged that former Blackwater security contractor Nicholas Slatten was the first to fire shots in the September 2007 massacre of Iraqi civilians at a traffic circle in Baghdad. In all, 10 men, two women and two boys were killed.

Prosecutors charged that Nicholas Slatten was the first to fire shots in the September 2007 massacre of Iraqi civilians at a crowded traffic circle in Baghdad

Prosecutors charged that Nicholas Slatten was the first to fire shots in the September 2007 massacre of Iraqi civilians at a crowded traffic circle in Baghdad. In all, 10 men, two women and two boys, ages 9 and 11, were killed.

Prosecutors charged that Nicholas Slatten was the first to fire shots in the September 2007 massacre of Iraqi civilians at a crowded traffic circle in Baghdad

Ex-Blackwater security contractor Nicholas Slatten was sentenced to life in prison for a 2007 shooting of unarmed Iraqi civilians that left 14 people dead

Prosecutors said that Nicholas Slatten was the first to fire shots in the September 2007 massacre of Iraqi civilians at a crowded traffic circle in Baghdad. In all, 10 men, two women and two boys, ages 9 and 11, were killed

Prosecutors charged that Nicholas Slatten was the first to fire shots in the 2007 massacre of Iraqi civilians in Baghdad. In all, 10 men, two women and two boys, ages 9 and 11, were killed.

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Former Blackwater security guard Nicholas Slatten was found guilty of first-degree murder for killing Ahmed Haithem Ahmed Al Rubia'y, an unarmed Iraqi civilian, at Nisur Square in 2007.

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Nicholas Slatten was the first of seven Blackwater guards to open fire in the massacre at Nisur Square that left 14 Iraqi civilians dead, prosecutors say. His charges call for a mandatory life sentence.

Nicholas Slatten has been serving a mandatory life sentence since his October 2014 conviction

U.S. court tosses murder conviction of Blackwater guard Nicholas Slatten in massacre of 14 unarmed Iraqi civilians

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