Betrayal of Justice is a stunning new documentary short film by Lindell Singleton that explores the Camp Logan tragedy that resulted in the execution of 18 soldiers. These men were convicted in a kangaroo court by the US military in 1917 for a crime to which many believe the majority of those convicted had no involvement. Considered the largest court martial in US military history, the men of the 24th Infantry were stationed amid the hostility of the Jim Crow South in Houston, Texas to help protect the construction of Camp Logan. For the men of the 24th Infantry, these were unimaginable circumstances.

UNFLINCHINGLY SOBERING

LINDELL SINGLETON

WRITEN, DIRECTED AND PRODUCED

KYEV TATUM
JACQUELYN COOK KYLE
SAM ALLEN
JON SINGLETON

FEATURING

ALEX PALMER
RONALD NANCE

CINEMATOGRAPHY

HALIM SEIDOU

EDITOR

REED HADLEY

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER

GEORGE AGAS

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Directed by Lindell Singleton, Betrayal of Justice: A Buffalo Soldier Story offers a most convincing assertion and sound justification for a presidential pardon for the men of the 24th Infantry who served in the United States Army with honor, dignity and valor. Unflinchingly sobering, Betrayal of Justice: A Buffalo Soldier Story is a compelling, must-see documentary for veterans, historians and ostensibly all Americans, especially those committed to righting the wrongs of our sometimes painful past, even when that task seems insurmountable.

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