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The Marine Corps has suddenly dropped criminal charges against an officer in the infamous Taliban urination video case, heading off what promised to be an embarrassing pre-trial hearing for the commandant on Wednesday.Defense attorneys for Capt. James V. Clement had won a judge’s order, over objections from Marine prosecutors, for two staff attorneys to testify in open court about how senior commanders had interfered in the case to get a guilty verdict. SEE ALSO: Marine officer faces court martial for video of snipers urinating on Taliban corpses The lawyers also were seeking to question Gen. James Amos, the commandant, and wanted access to his private emails.But the criminal case ended Friday when Lt. Gen. Kenneth J. Glueck, who heads Marine Corps Combat Development Command in Quantico, Va., and was overseeing the prosecution, filed a brief co
Thank goodness this Marine will not have his career destroyed.I regret to tell you this FDaY, but it already is. He has no future in the Corps.