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Army lieutenant sues police for pepper spraying, threatening him during stop
Army 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario says his constitutional rights were violated after officers drew their weapons, pepper sprayed and threatened him while he was in uniform at a traffic stop in December.
25th ID soldier charged in robbery, fatal hit and run
Pfc. Joo Woon Park allegedly robbed a 73-year-old Hawaii man who was killed when he tried to stop Park from fleeing the scene.
By Harm Venhuizen
Specter of election chaos raises questions on military role
What would it take for the U.S. military to become involved in an election?
By Robert Burns, The Associated Press and Lolita C. Baldor, The Associated Press
Thank them for their service
As COVID-19 has made us all more aware, the military has neither a monopoly on service or sacrifice.
By Jim Golby and Heidi Urben
Low blow — soldiers arrested after allegedly kicking South Korean policeman in the genitals
No serious injuries, other than the officer’s pride, were reported.
By Jon Simkins