The series will use a 2017 New York Times Magazine article as the basis for the script.
The decision ends a three-year legal battle against the military that began when a 20-year-old Marine from Michigan died during boot camp.
The petition argues that the USMC misled Siddiqui about the abuse of Muslim recruits at Parris Island and failed to protect him when he arrived.
One recruit was called a terrorist. Another had his vest stapled to his skin. A third recruit was kicked by a Marine and a drill instructor ordered a fourth trainee...
A federal judge in Detroit on Tuesday dismissed a $100-million lawsuit against the U.S. Marine Corps brought by the family … Continued
The last of the former Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island drill instructors implicated in perhaps the most notorious trainee abuse … Continued
The public got its first glimpse Monday morning into the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island training platoon that saw … Continued
Boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island is about to face one of its greatest tests of public … Continued
The family of a Muslim Marine recruit from Taylor, Michigan, who died in a fall at boot camp last year … Continued
A former Marine Corps senior drill instructor has been convicted of multiple charges for abusing his power over recruits at … Continued
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