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TWO CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH SKELETAL REMAINS OF AIRBORNE SOLDIER FOUND IN TENNESSEE

Private First Class Shadow McClaine, a 101st Airborne Division Soldier, has been identified as the skeletal remains that were found off a Tennessee interstate in mid 2016. McClaine was scheduled to be ...
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Marine to be court martialed for involvement in toddler's death

Last week, the U.S. Marine Corps decided to bring Lance Cpl. Jared T. Cardwell to trial for his alleged involvement in the death of 20-month-old Celine Marie Matus. Charges against Cardwell were ...
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Soldier's denied appeal may pave way for death sentence

Last month, convicted killer and death row inmate, Ronald Gray, had yet another appeal denied by judicial authorities. Gray, a former serviceman, was convicted in 1988 for a series of rapes and ...
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Sailor accused of attempted murder had electroshock therapy prior to 2014 attack

Last week at a hearing in Norfolk, Virginia, the lawyer representing Petty Officer 3rd Class Wilbur Harwell – a man who stands accused of attempted murder – presented evidence that his ...
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Texas soldier appeals death sentence, evidence he suffers from 'PTSD'

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or "PTSD," is a condition that plagues our servicemen and women at an alarming rate. PTSD is a condition caused by severe mental and emotional stress brought ...
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Sgt. Lawrence Hutchins Finds Reduced Sentence At Retrial

Sgt. Lawrence Hutchins, the Marine convicted of unpremeditated murder in 2007, was retried last week and sentenced to a bad-conduct discharge with no additional prison time. Hutchins' 2007 ...
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Army Pfc. George D.B. MacDonald Could Regain His Freedom With a New Plea Deal

In April 2008, Army Pfc. George D.B. MacDonald was prescribed the smoking cessation drug Chantix. A month later, on May 18, 2008, MacDonald killed private Rick Bulmer in a Fort Benning, Ga. barracks. ...
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Court of Appeals Gives MacDonald Second Trial in Murder Case over Anti-smoking Drug

Nine hours after stabbing his comrade, Rick Bulmer, George D.B. MacDonald reflected on the act. "I snapped and didn't like it. . . it made me crazy." 'It', in this context, ...
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