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 An Ariana Media Publication 11/21/2014
 A look at the soldiers accused in Afghanistan abuse investigation

The Associated Press
12/04/2005
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Here's a look at the cases against 14 soldiers accused of abusing Afghan detainees, including two who later died. The trials have been held at Fort Bliss, Texas.

_ Sgt. James P. Boland, of the reserve 377th Military Police Company in Cincinnati, was initially charged with maltreatment, dereliction of duty and assault. All charges were dropped, and he was given a letter of reprimand for dereliction of duty. He has since left the Army.

_ Spc. Brian Cammack, of the 377th MP, pleaded guilty to assault and two counts of making a false official statement. He was sentenced to three months in prison, reduced in rank to private, and given a bad-conduct discharge.

_ Pfc. Willie V. Brand, of the 377th MP, was convicted of assault, maiming, maltreatment and making a false official statement. He was reduced in rank to private.

_ Sgt. Anthony Morden, of the 377th MP, pleaded guilty to one count of assault and two counts of dereliction of duty. He was sentenced to 75 days in prison, reduced in rank to private, and given a bad-conduct discharge.

_ Sgt. Christopher W. Greatorex, of the 377th MP, was acquitted of charges of assault, maltreatment and making a false official statement.

_ Sgt. Darin M. Broady, of the 377th MP, was acquitted of charges of assault, maltreatment and making a false official statement.

_ Capt. Christopher M. Beiring, commander of the 377th MP, has been charged with dereliction of duty and making a false official statement. A trial date has not been set.

_ Staff Sgt. Brian L. Doyle, of the 377th MP, has been charged with dereliction of duty and maltreatment. He is scheduled to stand trial Dec. 14.

_ Sgt. Duane M. Grubb, of the 377th MP, was acquitted of charges of assault, maltreatment and making a false official statement.

_ Sgt. Alan J. Driver, of the 377th MP, has been charged with assault and maltreatment. He is scheduled to stand trial Feb. 6.

_ Spc. Nathan Adam Jones, of the 377th MP, was charged with assault, maltreatment and making a false official statement. All charges have been dropped, though he is likely to receive a letter of reprimand.

_ Spc. Glendale C. Walls, of the 519th Military Intelligence Battalion from Fort Bragg, N.C., pleaded guilty to charges of dereliction of duty and assault. He was sentenced to two months in prison, reduced in rank to private and given a bad-conduct discharge.

_ Sgt. Selena M. Salcedo, of the 519th MI Battalion, pleaded guilty to dereliction of duty and assault. She was reduced in rank to specialist or corporal, fined $250 a month for four months and given a letter of reprimand.

_ Sgt. Joshua Claus, of the 519th MI Battalion, pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of maltreatment and assault and was sentenced to five months in prison.

_ Pfc. Damien M. Corsetti, of the 519th MI Battalion, was charged with dereliction of duty, maltreatment, assault, wrongful use of hashish, and performing an indecent act with another person. A trial date has not been set.



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