October 11, 2017 0

A previous Muslim pastor at the US military jail for dread suspects in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has been charged with resisting orders by dishonorably dealing with grouped information

A previous Muslim pastor at the US military jail for dread suspects in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, has been charged with resisting orders by dishonorably dealing with grouped information
Army Capt James Yee, who has too utilized the name Yousef Yee, was charged with two checks of falling flat to comply a legitimate order, US Southern Order declared yesterday He is charged with taking ordered data home what’s more, wrongly transporting ordered information
The charges, sketched out on an Armed force record discharged by Southern Command, say Yee was conveying grouped data at the point when he was captured last month what’s more, had taken mystery materials to a lodging unit while serving as pastor at the base from November 2002 until last month
Yee is one of three previous laborers at the high-security military base to be captured in a test over asserted spying there Yee is not charged with espionage
Conviction of resisting orders conveys a most extreme punishment of two a long time in jail what’s more, a terrible lead discharge
Authorities captured Yee on September 10 as he arrived at a maritime base in Jacksonville, Florida, on a flight from Guantanamo Bay Authorities have said he was conveying ordered data about the base with him at the point when he was arrested
He is being held at the Naval force brig in Charleston, South Carolina
“The Armed force proceeds to explore Yee’s conduct, what’s more, in the event that warranted, extra charges could be forthcoming,” Southern Order said in a statement
Army Maj Gen Geoffrey Miller, the officer of the Guantanamo Inlet prison, will choose on the next step Miller’s choices incorporate expelling the charges or, on the other hand assembling a extraordinary court martial, which could force a punishment of up to a year in jail what’s more, a awful direct discharge
Miller could moreover send the case to an Article 32 hearing, a kind of mini-trial in which prosecutors show confirm for commandants to choose regardless of whether to send the case to a general court martial

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