Colorado High Court Suppresses Rape Evidence

(Denver, CO) -- A trial date could come today for an Iraq War informant accused in a brutal 2012 rape. The "Colorado Springs Gazette" reports Jasim Mohammed Hasin Ramadon is due in court after statements were recently tossed out by the Colorado Supreme Court. Justices ruled police used the threat of deportation against him during questioning, which could have ended in violence for Ramadon and his family. He's one of five men accused in the rape who were all given refuge in the U.S. after giving information to troops during the war. One of them was convicted and is currently serving 16 years to life in prison.