LtGen McInerney predicats that the Republican Congress will investigate the case if LTC Lakin is convicted.
McInerny admits he would have probably given different advice. His point being that the Army would not allow him to be tried fairly.
Question, what would McInerny have done if he were GCMCA in this case? Is he saying that he would not have referred the charges to trial? That he would not take any adverse action?
LtGen McInerny predicts the case will be reversed on appeal.
Mr. Boyles tells us he doesn’t know any law, but the military judge’s findings of fact and conclusions of law are “very thin.”
More references to “kangaroo courts.”