The authorities said the other day that Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Sinclair, the Army’s celebrity one star, will face a general court martial and could wind up doing life in prison. My guess: A plea deal that winds up with him doing a year or two. Then again, I’ve been surprised before. (HT to Attackerman)
My guess: A plea deal that winds up with him doing a year or two. Then again, I’ve been surprised before.
(HT to Attackerman)
Thomas E. Ricks is a former contributing editor to Foreign Policy. Twitter: @tomricks1
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