BREAKING: Kidnapping charges dropped against Sound of Freedom backer after prosecutors, jury find insufficient evidence to indict

Media outlets had a field day when Marta was first arrested on the dubious charges.

Fabian Marta, a man who had contributed to the well-known anti-child sex trafficking film Sound of Freedom, has officially had previously filed charges of child kidnapping dropped against him.

A St. Louis grand jury, as well as the state of Missouri, found no evidence that a crime had been committed.


"Now comes the State of Missouri and enters a memorandum of Nolle Prosequi in the above-styled cause for the reason that this matter has been presented to the St. Louis Circuit Court Grand Jury and the State has insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction," reads a memorandum on the recently closed case. 

Media outlets had a field day when Fabian was first arrested on the dubious charges, despite the backer being one of over 6,000 "angel investors" as described by Angel Studios' investing policy.  

Marta posted a video on X in which he proclaimed his innocence on Aug. 28.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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