Saturday, April 10, 2010

NCIS Weekend News UPDATE: Female Crime Imprisoned Male Marine at Naval Brig

Two months ago we brought readers some Real NCIS Weekend News. Now we can offer the latest update of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service's (NCIS) resolution in a felony case.
Unfortunately, one active duty Marine was falsely charged with rape, breaking & entering, and larceny, arrested, and imprisoned for over a month at the U.S. Naval Consolidated Brig in Charleston (the same temporary jail venue where an enemy combatant, al-Marri, who was also in the news yesterday, had been detained).
Under the Sharia law favored by al-Mari, less than four witnesses or one or more recanting means a possible prosecution of the victim for false rape accusation, a death penalty offense.
The unnamed, innocent Marine was released after the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory found that DNA evidence taken from the crime scene did not match his.
Yesterday, the woman admitted she lied about the alleged rape. Now a charge against the woman for filing a false report is being turned over to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Caruso's Corollary #3 to Submarines are always silent and strange. : In the litigiously charged, PC U.S., assignment of female crew to submarines will bring primarily excess baggage promoting operational inefficiency and JAG job security.
Submarines are always silent and strange.



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