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Stuart Scheller sentenced to reprimand and $5,000 fine for Afghanistan criticism

Stuart Scheller sentenced to reprimand and $5,000 fine for Afghanistan criticism
Lt Col Stuart Scheller was sentenced to $5,000 in docked pay and an official letter of reprimand over his public critique of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, 残った 13 アメリカ人が死んだ.

Lt Col Stuart Scheller was sentenced to $5,000 in docked pay and an official letter of reprimand over his public critique of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, 残った 13 アメリカ人が死んだ.

Mr Scheller reportedly escaped an additional $5,000 fine after spending nine days in a military prison before the court-martial at Camp Lejeune, ノースカロライナ州.

In delivering his sentence, Judge Colonel Glen Hines said he watched all of Mr Scheller’s videos and “saw a man who appeared to be in pain, frustrated and confused," によると デイリーメール.

While Mr Scheller left the court, along with his parents, without making further comment, his attorney Tim Palatore told reporters that the judge’s decision was fair and that they were “very pleased” with the result.

The sentence follows Mr Scheller’s guilty plea on Thursday to six misdemeanour charges, including conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman, contempt, 軽蔑, 不服従と職務怠慢.

アフガニスタンからの致命的な撤退が数十億ドル相当のアメリカの軍事装備でタリバンを国の支配下に置いたので、シェラー氏はフェイスブックとリンクトインにビデオを投稿した後、全国的に有名になりました.

彼は解雇されました 27 August after calling on his supporters to help him to “bring the whole f*cking system down”.

「ギャグオーダー」にもかかわらず, 彼は米軍の指導部に説明責任を求め続けた, ロイド・オースティン国防長官と統合参謀本部議長のマーク・ミリーを含む, そして、米国中央軍の長を起訴するという彼の意図を発表しました, ケネス・マッケンジー・ジュニア将軍, 「職務怠慢」と.

しかし、彼が職務怠慢の彼自身の告発をもたらすことができる前に, シェラー氏はに拘留された 27 September and thrown in the brig ahead of being charged and court-martialed.

Judge Hines said Mr Scheller’s service record was “outstanding” before the series of videos in the aftermath of the chaotic evacuation from Kabul’s airport.

“I don’t think I’ve seen an officer consistently in, as we say, the top three blocks of the Christmas tree. He was on a consistent upward path," 彼は言った, によって報告されたように デイリーメール. 「「[だが] Those who deviated from standards have to be held accountable," 彼が追加した.

これは発展途上の物語です. It will be updated.