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by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / March 19, 2004 10:25 AM PST
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"The document you requested is not found. It may have expired." Nobody's home at your link, Dave. nt
by crowsfoot / March 19, 2004 11:23 AM PST


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Article 15 note, Dave...
by J. Vega / March 19, 2004 2:16 PM PST

Dave, the story said in part:
"In dismissing the charges, Maj. Gen. Geoffrey D. Miller, commander of Joint Task Force Guantanamo, which operates the detention center, cited "national security concerns that would arise from the release of the evidence" if the case proceeded.
Miller said Yee, a 35-year-old Chinese-American, will be offered nonjudicial punishment for allegations of adultery and pornography.
That would come through an Article 15 proceeding, the military's method for dealing with minor infractions. The penalties would be minor, such as duty restriction or a temporary pay cut."
As you are unfamiliar with many things about the military, note that for an officer, an Article 15 on your records is basically the end of your career. That's why some officers when faced with an Article 15 might demand a "Full Court", as is their right.

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Re: Article 15 note, Dave...
by Dave Konkel [Moderator] / March 21, 2004 9:48 PM PST

Hi, J.

Given how the Army has treated him, and the seriousness of the charges leveled against him and now withdrawn, I suspect that his Army career is not at the top of the Captain's list of concerns at the moment.

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Re:Oops, sorry about that, Captain...
by Dan McC / March 21, 2004 9:33 PM PST

Well, I feel a lot more secure knowing that this dangerous spy is never gonna look at porn on a military computer again.

Leg irons are too good for him!


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