Houston father feels he has done his duty as son's killer is convicted

By By Mike Glenn Houston attorney James Moriarty was sitting in a crowded military courtroom in Jordan on Monday when he heard the guilty verdict announced against the man who last year killed his son along with two other U.S. Army Special Forces soldiers.

The guilty verdict and life sentence with hard labor handed down by a military court against the Jordanian soldier, M’aarek Abu Tayeh – sometimes referred to as Marik al-Tuwayha – ended a month-long trial in Amman – Jordan’s capital.

Moriarty’s son and namesake, Staff Sgt. James “Jimmy” Moriarty, 27, was killed Nov. 4, 2016 when his convoy waited at the gate to [READ MORE HERE]

Source: Houston Chronicle

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