Wednesday, October 13, 2021

U.S. Lt. Col Stuart Scheller Will Plead Guilty To Charges At Court Martial For Criticizing Afghanistan Withdrawal

Stuart Scheller / via Facebook  

Daily Mail: Lt Col Stuart Scheller will plead GUILTY to charges at court martial: Lawyer says the Marine should only be punished with a letter of reprimand after he criticized chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal 

* Colonel Stuart Scheller Jr is expected to plead guilty to multiple charges on Thursday after criticizing the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan 

* He chose to plead guilty to the following six charges: contempt toward officials, willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer, failure to obey lawful general orders and conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman 

* His lawyer Tim Parlatore said that he is working on an agreement to obtain Scheller an honorable discharge or a discharge with honorable conditions 

* Scheller Jr had to spend a week in solitary confinement in the brig and will appear in court on Thursday at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina 

* The trial comes after Scheller condemned the chaotic effort that killed 13 service members in Kabul, Afghanistan in a Facebook video in August 

* Scheller Jr had submitted a request to resign but it has not been accepted 

* His family appealed for the public's help and he received $2million in donations to help with his defense 

A Marine officer who publicly criticized the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan will plead guilty to multiple charges filed against him for his comments, his lawyer has said. 

Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller Jr took to Facebook in August after 13 service members were killed in a suicide bombing at Kabul airport to demand accountability from those occupying higher roles within the military branch.  

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More News On U.S. Lt. Col Stuart Scheller Will Plead Guilty To Charges At Court Martial For Criticizing Afghanistan Withdrawal  

Marine plans to plead guilty to charges after posting videos critical of US withdrawal from Afghanistan -- CNN  

Marine officer who criticized senior US officials over Afghanistan withdrawal to plead guilty to some charges -- FOX News  

Marine officer who posted videos criticizing Gen. Milley, other military leaders faces court martial -- NBC  

Marine officer who criticized Afghanistan withdrawal expected to plead guilty -- The Hill  

Marine to plead guilty at court-martial over viral video attacking Afghan exit -- NYPost  

Marine who criticized Afghanistan withdrawal to plead guilty to some charges -- Axios


Anonymous said...

"Biden plans to allow Afghans who worked for the Taliban regime between 1996 and 2001 to enter the US by exempting them from terror-related entry restrictions, report claims "

Just more thuggery by Democrats

Anonymous said...

From China With Love: Biden Bought Chinese Drones Over Pentagon Objections

In related news Milley shows what a coward he is by not resigning and calling out Joe Biden

Milley is not qualified to wear pants, a skirt, or a collar. He is not qualified for anything.

Anonymous said...

10:36: Nah, Milley is totally qualified to wear panties and a bra. Maybe even a little bit of make up.

You can bet the Pentagon wants to put a lid on this Scheller story, but they might be too late. Multiple fk ups, an apparent refusal to learn from past mistakes, an over-emphasis on politcal correctness at the expense of actual training to fight and kill, and a "don't give a shit about the grunts" attitude may have finally brought about the tipping point. Assholes asked for it. Here's hoping they get what's coming to them.

Anonymous said...

In a subsequent video, Scheller said he was seeking a way to bring charges against Marine Gen. Kenneth McKenzie, the commander of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), for dereliction of duty.

Scheller had continued to criticize military leaders in other videos and social media posts before he was reportedly subjected to a gag order. In a September 25 Facebook post, Scheller criticized Presidents Donald Trump, Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, as well as retired Generals James Mattis, David Petraeus and Michael Flynn.

Adam said...