‘Accountability’ Marine gets light sentence; judge blasts command

Army Times

Cover picture for the articleCAMP LEJEUNE, North Carolina — When Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller walked into a Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, courtroom Friday morning, he looked relaxed and was smiling. The infantry Marine had been fired from his job, and later charged with six violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, for a series...

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Olivia Bouvier

They weren't going to do too much to him because this is a public case. Had it been in private, I think they would have nailed him to the Cross. Go figure, I bet his chain of command wanted to hang him. Glad this was a public case. At least he can get out of the military With Honor. The Colonel deserves more than that. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Schad Fredrickson

We all saw clearly there was no perception it was incompetence which cost 13 service peoples lives Joe and all that voted for him will never have the talent or courage we lost !


I’d like to know who was pulling the strings of the Marine Corp to have gotten the case to this point. Having served 20 years myself I know there are some do’s and don’ts. Yes, the man was an officer and they do abide by a different set of standards, but this man didn’t deserve to be confined to the brig and made the example for speaking his mind. Marine Corp went a bit over the top on this in my opinion.


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