Skip to comments.Military judge rules alleged WikiLeaker suffered illegal pretrial punishment
Posted on 01/08/2013 2:31:58 PM PST by jazusamo
FORT MEADE, Maryland A military judge on Tuesday reduced the potential sentence for an Army private accused of sending reams of classified documents to the WikiLeaks website.
Lind found that Manning suffered illegal pretrial punishment during nine months in a Marine Corps brig in Quantico, Va. She awarded a total of 112 days off any prison sentence Manning gets if he is convicted.
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So, sentence him to life + 180 days, and keep his carcass in prison for a month or two extra.
That sounds right to me:)
Wasn’t Lind the judge in the case of the Col. Lakin?
I say we cut him some slack, shorten the rope by
about three feet, then he won’t have so far to fall.
FORT MEADE, Md. An Army judge has made it impossible for a career medical officer to get a fair hearing on charges he refused to deploy to Afghanistan because of concern that obeying orders in the chain of command under an ineligible commander in chief would be illegal, his attorney says.
The rulings came today from Col. Denise Lind, who, in effect, told Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin to pound sand. Rocks actually. He faces up to four years at hard labor if convicted in his case.
Well, this should earn her another step up the career ladder.
Yes, but only in Obamaland.
Another prime example of why women shouldn’t be allowed in the military.
This girly-man queer traitor needs to pe placed, blindfolded, in a large room with the Gold Star Mothers, who acquired this rank due to his actions!
Oh, and do not search the Mothers before entry to this room.
Just shut the door, and cordon off an area of 100 yards, so no one can get close enough to hear a sound. Go have a nice lunch, somewhere off base, then return later, to clean up.
Inform the Mothers, before you allow them entrance, that when they are done, to quietly leave, and go straight home.
We’ll never know how many lives this worthless little wimp cost with his treason but he undoubtedly did cost lives.
The death penalty is warranted IMO.
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