After years defending soldiers accused of drug crimes and sexual assault, Col. Don Christensen wanted to atone for his sins of freeing men who didn't deserve it. But when he turned the tables, the military was not so pleased.
The Army will give Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair a demoted pension. He was accused of sexual assault among other crimes by a female soldier with whom he had an extramarital affair.
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair was sentenced Thursday, receiving no jail time. He was reprimanded, whatever that means, and is required to give up his pay of $5,000 a month for four months, for a total of $20,000. He will keep his pension.
As testimony wraps up in the case of Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair, a new story has been revealed: when General Sinclair left the 172nd Infantry Brigade in 2010, his men put on a "raunchy skit" that consisted of one soldier pretending to be Sinclair and the other pretending to be his now-accuser (then mistress) offering…
An Army judge said this week that politics had an undue effect on the court-martial of Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair, allowing the defense an opportunity to renegotiate with the prosecution over some of Sinclair's lesser charges.
For Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair, the world is probably melting in a slow, Dali-like nightmare. As it should if any of his many alleged crimes are true.
Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair is accused of multiple sex crimes involving female subordinates, and his trial is a huge deal, since high-ranking Army generals rarely have to face a court martial or otherwise deal with claims of sexual assault, thus creating a hushed-up rape culture within the military.
Remember Jeffrey Sinclair, the renowned army general who was charged with an insanely long list of sex crimes — including forcible sodomy and wrongful sexual conduct — back in September? His hearing started today, and it's going as expected (by us, at least): prosecutors are painting a picture of a powerful man who…
The military's well-documented sexual assault scandals have just received a horrible new installment — according to the AP, Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair, a veteran of five combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, has been charged with forcible sodomy, multiple counts of adultery and having inappropriate…