NS According to one of his lawyers, a naval officer who posted a video criticizing military leaders for the chaotic withdrawal of the U.S. military from Afghanistan pleaded guilty to the indictment but claimed a favorable dismissal. will do.
Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller is scheduled to attend a court martial on Thursday and faces charges of contempt for appointed officers, disobedience to senior appointed officers, and neglect of duties.
His lawyer, Tim Palatore, Said The Washington Post on Tuesday wants a general or honorable discharge, not a dishonorable discharge. Scheller also wants to avoid prison time.
Hearing set for court martial-Marshall to talk about withdrawal from Afghanistan
“Our hope is that he will receive a letter of rebuke, no more,” Parlatore said.
In addition, the lawyer said the exact details of the pretrial agreement were “still in the air.”
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August, Scheller Post After the explosion at the airport in Kabul, a uniformed video demanding accountability from senior military officials killed 13 U.S. military personnel and approximately 170 Afghans.
After Scheller posted the video, he was removed from his role as commander of the Advanced Infantry Battalion in Camp Regene, North Carolina. His hearing will take place at Camp Rejeune.Hello ConfinementUntil release Next early this month protest From Republican lawmakers.
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