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Behind the barricades:  infiltration of Navy court-room San Diego – success, Article 39A – complete, exfiltration Navy court-room San Diego – success.

NewsFirst5.com reports:

Spc. Jordan Peters is charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter, one count of driving under the influence, one count of reckless endangerment and one count of assault. The charges stem from a vehicle crash last February that killed two soldiers.

Spc. Peters’ court martial will begin Thursday morning at Fort Carson. It’s expected to last at least two days.

FoxNews reports:

A military panel reportedly has ruled that the Army psychiatrist charged with killing 13 people and wounding dozens more in a shooting rampage at the Fort Hood  Army base is sane and fit to stand trial.

This assumes the board was properly completed and adequately done.

The News Tribune reports:

The alleged ringleader of a Stryker “kill team” accused of murdering Afghan civilians for sport is headed to trial on April 4, an Army judge announced Tuesday.

This is likely a motions session.  I would suspect there are a number of other cases that must be tried first in order to get evidence to convict Gibbs.

Washington Post reports that Morlock has reached a PTA in the Stryker Brigade case.  Sadly they report the full terms of the PTA.

SignOnSanDiego reports the first of the Coastie San Diego Bay cases:

In what the parents of Anthony DeWeese called a slap on the wrist, the first Coast Guard petty officer to be sentenced for the boy’s 2009 death received a reprimand today for being derelict in her duty.

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