ESCAPE CAR FOUND NEAR BASE IN GERMANY
GREEN BERET SOLDIER STILL ON THE LOOSE
AFTER SENTENCE FOR "KIDNAP" AND "SEXUAL
ASSAULT" OF LOCAL WOMAN - CIVILIAN CLOTHES
SEEN ON BACK SEAT OF RENTED AUDI
SFC KELLY STEWART NOWHERE TO BE FOUND
IRAQ WAR VETERAN WELL-TRAINED IN "ESCAPE,
EVASION AND SURVIVAL" TACTICS
MANHUNT FOR SPECIAL FORCES NCO CONTINUES
The rented black Audi, used by SFC Kelly Stewart to make his escape from a U.S. military installation in Germany, was found today parked near the base, but there was no sign of the fugitive soldier anywhere.
The Green Beret, "well-trained" in the skills of "escape, evasion and survival" in the wild,
has not been seen since he slipped away Thursday from his fellow NCO escort at the on-base Kissall Inn in Vilseck.
Stewart is said to be "desperate" after receiving an eight-year prison sentence and dishonorable discharge following his court-martial conviction for "kidnap" and "sexual assault" of a German woman. Stewart protested his innocence throughout the trial and maintained the female was a "willing sex-partner."
Army prosecutors only had the accuser's account to go on. There were no witnesses or forensic evidence to the supposed crime, which wasn't even reported for several months.
CIVILIAN CLOTHES FOUND IN ABANDONED ESCAPE VEHICLE
European STARS AND STRIPES reported the rental vehicle was discovered "parked on the Waldbirstrasse, which runs parallel to the northern perimeter of Panzer Kasserne's family housing area." That would be in Boblinden, Germany.
The newspaper disclosed a half-eaten pastry and bottle of water could be seen through the rolled-up windows. Civilian clothing was scattered across the back seat of the car, an indicator that perhaps Stewart has already switched into civilian garb. The veteran NCO is fluent in German and may be many miles away by the time you, dear reader, see this latest bulletin.
Click on www.militarycorruption.com every few hours for further updates.
Again, we ask for your prayers that this situation does not turn into a tragedy where someone gets shot or killed. We urge SFC Stewart to give up peacefully. If any of our readers spots him, DO NOT approach this fugitive. Notify the authorities and keep your distance.