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NCFM Files Open Records Act Request with the Christian County Sheriff’s Department in the Matter of the Case of Christian ‘Kit’ Martin

September 4, 2022

NCFM Open Records Act Request – Christian County Sheriff’s Department


On August 5, 2022, NCFM filed an Open Records Act request with the Christian County Kentucky Sheriff’s Department, seeking internal investigation records of gross incompetence or potential instances criminal corruption in the Pembroke murder investigation which eventually led to the fraudulent indictment and subsequent wrongful conviction of ‘Kit’ Martin.

On August 12, 2022, NCFM received a very brief email from what appears to be the second person in command of the Christian County Sheriff’s Department, Major Jason Newby.

Jason Newby

On August 29, 2022, NCFM responded to Major Newby’s email response and included the Christian County Magistrates as recipients.

Kit Martin

Click on the image below to download a copy of the correspondence.

Tyler DeArmond

As of this date, other than the initial email from Major Newby, we have received no response to our open records request.

If interested parties or residents have questions, you are welcome to contact Major Newby or the County Magistrates with questions or to voice your concerns. As always, be respectful and polite in any communications.


Christian County Magistrates

NCFM continues to welcome any information that concerned residents or others have, who may possess knowledge or information of these homicides.

As our correspondence reflects, under normal circumstances the issues we have raised concerning gross incompetence or potential criminal corruption in the investigation of these homicides, any responsible law enforcement leader would have already initiated an internal inquiry. That has not occurred nor is there any indication that any such inquiry would take place. It is clear that the Christian County Sheriff’s Department is completely compromised as well as any other agency who took part in this investigation.

As many residents or other interested parties who have some knowledge of these homicides have already done, if you have experienced or are continuing to experience some type of harassment, intimidation or have a concern for your personal safety if you speak out, please contact us, or notify the United States Marshals Service for the Western District of Kentucky.

Christian Kit Martin

national coalition for men

NCFM Files Open Records Act Request with the Christian County Sheriff’s Department in the Matter of the Case of Christian ‘Kit’ Martin


5 Responses to NCFM Files Open Records Act Request with the Christian County Sheriff’s Department in the Matter of the Case of Christian ‘Kit’ Martin

  1. Emma bailey on September 5, 2022 at 10:12 AM

    I watched this trial, and it hugely biased against Mr Martin, also quite concerning that someone can be prosecuted with such lack of evidence and a trial filled with holes

  2. Arleen on September 5, 2022 at 5:56 AM

    They need to get to the bottom of this
    I still cant believe they convicted Kit
    He was definitely set up
    By who I dont know but there needs to be an investigation

  3. Carol S. Woodruff on September 4, 2022 at 8:18 PM

    Please do everything you can to get this innocent man released. Christian is an honorable man who served his country and was framed by his ex- wife, who swore to him that she would ruin him. Christian passed his lie detector test. The others that took the test failed theirs. The man is in jail for crimes he did not commit. Thank you for anything that you can do to get him freed and back home where he belongs.

  4. K on September 4, 2022 at 2:28 PM


  5. K on September 4, 2022 at 2:27 PM


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