MEMORANDUM FOR Commander, 75th Ranger Regiment, Fort Benning, GA 31905 SUBJECT: AR 15-6 Investigation Findings and Recommendations 1. FINDINGS: The following are the findings of this investigation into the events of Saturday 12 MAR 16 and Sunday 13 MAR 16, leading to the arrest of 1LT Paul Handelman (Platoon Leader, Bravo Company, 2d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment) by Korean National Police (KNP). 1LT Handelman is suspected of: violating General Order #1, violating the United States Forces Korea (USFK) curfew policy, violating a direct order from his Company Commander (Co CDR) CPT Ferriter, assaulting a KNP Officer, causing property damage to a Korean National, and of being drunk and disorderly. This investigation also illuminates the actions of CPT Soren Jorgensen (Executive Officer, Bravo Company, 2d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment) who was with 1LT …show more content…
I find based on a preponderance of the evidence that 1LT Handelman knowingly acted in direct violation of General Order #1, the USFK curfew policy, and a direct order from his Company Commander (give at the safety brief two days prior to the incident) by consuming in excess of 12 alcoholic beverages and being arrested at 0134 hours on 13 Mar 16. 1LT Handelman freely admits to these violations and accepts full responsibility for his actions. 1LT Handelman does not recall any events past 0000 the morning of 13 MAR 16, however, sufficient evidence exists to indicate around 0119 hours he was acting in a drunk and disorderly manner in the street and kicked the window of a passing car. A KNP Officer responding to the incident attempted to calm him at which time 1LT Handelman struck him in the chin with his fist and knocked him to the ground attempting to choke him with both hands (Exhibit 02). 1LT Handelman sustained a significant number of contusions, abrasions, and a chipped tooth in the ensuring altercation however; the force applied by the KNP does not appear to be excessive given the
The case of Tammy Lou Fontenot v. Taser International, Inc. was about a wrongful death case named Darryl Tuner, a 17-year-old male employed by a grocery store. Darryl was fired for “insubordination” and refused to leave the grocery store. Police were called, and eventually used a Taser in order to take him into custody. Turner died as a result of the Taser being delivered to Turner’s body. Tammy Lou Fontenot filed suit against the City of Charlotte and Taser International seeking money damages for the alleged wrongful death of Darryl Turner.
He distributed two kegs to minor, Eric Howe, and states himself that it was not his fault for their actions at the keg party afterwards. According to Lou Dempsey’s deposition, the violence after the teenagers were given alcohol was not his fault.
Police report at 5. This supported that he was not of sound mind and was considered insane at the time of the incident. As a result, because Mr. Wilson did not know his actions were illegal at the time of the occurrence, it is likely that the court will hold him guilty except
The defence will raise the inconsistencies created by Jame’s statement that the attacker spoke of “Phil” yet there is no evidence that there was any connection between Philip and Ian. There is no evidence that directly connects Ian to the attack itself nor any connection of his screwdriver to the attack weapon. Did Ian intend to cause grievous bodily harm? The prosecution theory of a burglary-gone-wrong and thus intent formulating out of surprise and panic is very circumstantial, placing heavy reliance on impaired judgement caused by synthetic cannabis.
Introduction As you get kicked out of a club for not following the rules and you realize you have nothing else to do. Little do you know, you want to start some drama. As you thought the whole process through you decide to go and hit a guy outside the club 4 times thinking nothing would happen. Well, this is where you seem to fail and realize that not everyone is perfectly in good medical condition, maybe if you choose to punch someone who didn’t have the medical problem you suppose you would be charged with less of a crime or even a misdemeanor. This explains it all about the David Nelson case.
On July 30, 2008, a bloody battle involving Coalition forces took place in the mountainous eastern Afghan province of Nuristan. This was the Battle of Wanat and the devastating amount of Coalition casualties began a vigorous investigation by the United States Army. The village of Wanat, defended by Second Platoon, Chosen Company, Second Battalion, 503rd Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team would fall victim to numerous bad decision made by higher command. Although the men of Chosen Company fought hard, they ended up surrounded, vastly outnumbered, and without any Battalion assets. This paper will argue the reasons for the disastrous outcome of the Battle of Wanat; examining the effective company leadership exploiting effective
You Will Be The Judge Facts: The case involves a 12 year old child named Griffin Grimbly who told the teacher that he was beaten with a clothesline by his father Mr.Gimli. In court, the Mr.Gimli argued that he was devoted to Christian and was following the Biblical injunction on child rearing, “Spare the rod and spoil the child”, as well as arguing that s 43 of the criminal code gives parents the right to use “reasonable force” in disciplining their children. Issue: Is Mr. Grimbly is guilty of or not guilty of assault ? Held: Mr.Grimbly is guilty of assault.
After finalizing his agreement with Andrews, Asher’s excavation work revealed the presence of underground concrete and gas tanks used by the prior gas station. [Andrews Deposition, Exhibit G]. Asher was not able to complete the work because it required demolition services that he could not provide. [Transc. Andrews Depo.
In 2012, Headquarters Marine Corps Law Enforcement Section implemented the Marine Corps Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (MCLEAP). The purpose of the MCLEAP program was to evaluate the performance of the Marine Corps’ Provost Marshal’s Offices and Marine Corps Police Departments, identify innovative methods for utilizing limited, existing resources more effectively, and ensure every Marine Corps Installation has an efficient and professional law enforcement capability. Subsequently, MCIWEST-MCB CAMPEN Mission Assurance established a Law Enforcement Accreditation Assessment Team to assess all aspects of the Provost Marshal’s Office and Marine Corps Police Department’s Headquarters, Operations, and Services sections, using the
The victim has MR, he hallucinates, and can be very manipulative. Mr. White was admitted at River Region on 08/25/15 and is currently ready for discharge. Whenever Johnnie is told he 's about to go home, he begins to scream and hollers "no no". Mr. White told hospital staff Mona whips him with an extenstion cord and Lawrence beats him up, chokes him, and hits him in the head; Johnnie was able to demonstrate how he 's beat. Johnnie doesnt have any visible marks or bruises on him and appears to be well taken care of and has been trained to take care of himself properly.
The Effective Military Leader Warrant Officer Romero, Philip T. SPC: Captain Dearth, 1st Platoon The book “Black Hearts One Platoons Descent into Madness in Iraq’s Triangle of Death” by Jim Frederick is a true story about multiple leadership failures and six United States Soldiers from 1st Platoon, Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division who were convicted for their involvement in horrible crimes while deployed to Iraq. The horrific acts including rape as well as murder committed by the soldiers of 1st platoon were a direct result of poor military leadership. Bad leadership will corrupt any military unit.
Stella Zhao Mr. Struk CLU3M1 05 December 2017 Verdict Rationale In the case R. v. O’Brien, the defendant, O’Brien, had been charged of two assaults. Pat O’Brien, was charged that he, on the 12th day of June, 2009 in the City of Yourtown in the Region of Yourtown, committed an assault upon Toby Fantasia which caused bodily harm to her, contrary to Section 267 of the Criminal Code; And further charged that he, on the 12th day of June, 2009 in the City of Yourtown in the Region of Yourtown, assaulted Toby Fantasia, a peace officer engaged in the execution of her duty, contrary to Section 270 of the Criminal Code. After hearing the trial, I organized 11 points of evidences presented in court of why O’Brien should be acquitted. O’Brien did not commit any crime.
A perfectly placed wallet was place in a cement brick. Most of the victim’s blood was spotted outside where her body was found. Method of Attack: Struck victim in the back of the head multiple times. Used lethal force, supported by the multiple head strikes to Umi’s head and her chest
As a digital forensic investigator, I was assigned to a case where my expertise where needed. My role in the investigation was to search the suspects digital evidence to help find more helpful information and advance the case. Overall my job as a digital forensic investigator was to recover and analyse the digital evidence so that it could be used in the criminal prosecution. Approach to Case My method of investigating a case was using a systematic approach as this is the accepted procedure to follow.