Staff Sgt. Camilo Mejia, second from left, a squad leader with the Florida National Guard, leaves court Friday, May 21, 2004, escorted by Military Police after he was sentenced to a year in prison and a bad conduct discharge, in Fort Stewart, Ga., in this photo released by the U.S. Army. Earlier Friday, Mejia, a U.S. soldier who said he left his infantry unit in Iraq (news - web sites) to protest an ``oil-driven'' war, was convicted of desertion. (AP Photo/U.S. Army, Pfc Benjamin Brody)
And this is the second paragraph.
How did this guy get in the Army? He's a sandinista. Joined in 1995 ..... Never mind it was under klintoons watch.
An investigative committee will be set up immediately with hearings to follow, examining how the military's sentencing can be adjusted to avoid any future "humiliation" of service members.
Rewording of "bad conduct discharge" is being considered.