EI INCUMBIT PROBATION QUI DICIT.

Blog Posts in April, 2016

All Posts
  • Little-Known Desertion Case Mirrors Bergdahl Story
    Little-Known Desertion Case Mirrors Bergdahl Story

    For years now, the story of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl and his alleged desertion has captured headlines and incensed the public. However, he is not the only U.S. Army soldier to go missing in 2009 and, as ...

    Read More
  • New Investigation Launched in Marine Sexual Misconduct Case
    New Investigation Launched in Marine Sexual Misconduct Case

    A new development has emerged in the controversial case of Mark Thompson, a Marine Major who, in 2013, was convicted of carrying out an inappropriate relationship with a U.S. Naval Academy student. ...

    Read More
  • Senators Push for Answers on AWOL Soldier Accused of Child Rape
    Senators Push for Answers on AWOL Soldier Accused of Child Rape

    Senators Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Barbara Boxer of California are pressuring the Army due to its apparent handling of the case of Private Jameson T. Hazelbower. While accused of child rape, ...

    Read More
  • United States v. Pease Results in Landmark Consent Decision
    United States v. Pease Results in Landmark Consent Decision

    Last month, the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces made its final ruling on United States v. Jacob L. Pease, Information Systems Technician Second Class, United States Navy. Pease was ...

    Read More
  • Report: More Military Leaders Facing Sex Crime Courts-Martial
    Report: More Military Leaders Facing Sex Crime Courts-Martial

    It is nearly unheard of for a military officer to stand trial, or even be publically accused of sexual misconduct. Military records over the last few years, however, are now showing that this culture ...

    Read More