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Col. Kevin Russell was on trial this week for five accounts of sexual assault, and his attorney has stated that he was “acquitted of all charges after about an hour and 15 minutes of deliberations.” One of the women who brought charges also noted that she believed he had put drugs in her drink while at dinner in 2015. Michael Waddington, his attorney, has commented that they “fought like gladiators to expose the truth” and ensure justice was served.

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