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  • President Trump to Use U.S. Military & Federal Act to Oust Illegal Immigrants at Border
    President Trump to Use U.S. Military & Federal Act to Oust Illegal Immigrants at Border

    It is no secret that the situation at any border center in America right now is tense. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) are accused daily of ...

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  • Spy Software Allegedly Used On SEAL’s Defense Team by Military Prosecutors
    Spy Software Allegedly Used On SEAL’s Defense Team by Military Prosecutors

    The military criminal defense case of Navy SEAL and Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher has been complicated from the start. He stands accused of multiple charges surrounding the death of an ...

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  • Trump Pardons Army Ranger Convicted of Murdering Iraqi Detainee
    Trump Pardons Army Ranger Convicted of Murdering Iraqi Detainee

    President Donald Trump has recently pardoned former Army lieutenant Michael Behenna, who was serving a 25-year sentence for a conviction of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone originating from a ...

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  • How to Avoid the Minefields of Military Justice Issue 1 - Article 31b
    How to Avoid the Minefields of Military Justice Issue 1 - Article 31b

    Article 31b – Compulsory Self-incrimination Prohibited For some odd reason, when young Servicemembers come under investigation, they feel they need to talk. I guess it’s not odd. It is the military. ...

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  • Sexual Assault Involving Nonconsensual Sexual Activity is a General Intent Crime, U.S. v. McDonald
    Sexual Assault Involving Nonconsensual Sexual Activity is a General Intent Crime, U.S. v. McDonald

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) recently decided United States v. McDonald , an Army case involving a service member accused of sexual assault . The case’s conclusion is ...

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  • Prisoners are Catfishing & Blackmailing Service Members at Alarming Rate
    Prisoners are Catfishing & Blackmailing Service Members at Alarming Rate

    Officials from the United States Armed Forces are reporting an increase in an unusual circumstance among military service members: catfishing and blackmailing carried out by prisoners targeting the ...

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