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Army Sets Court-Martial Hearing in Criminal Case Against Decorated Army Physician, LTC Terry Lakin -

Army Sets Court-Martial Hearing in Criminal Case Against Decorated Army Physician, LTC Terry Lakin -

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ARMY SCHEDULES FORMAL HEARING IN CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST DECORATED ARMY PHYSICIAN BEING COURT-MARTIALLED FOR REFUSING TO OBEY ALL ORDERS
ARMY SCHEDULES FORMAL HEARING IN CRIMINAL CASE AGAINST DECORATED ARMY PHYSICIAN BEING COURT-MARTIALLED FOR REFUSING TO OBEY ALL ORDERS

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Press Release: Army Schedules Formal Hearing
American Patriot Foundation, Inc.1101 Thirtieth Street, N.W., Suite 500Washington, D.C. 20007www.safeguardourconstitution.com
PRESS RELEASE
 
ARMY SCHEDULES FORMAL HEARING IN CRIMINAL CASE AGAINSTDECORATED ARMY PHYSICIAN BEING COURT-MARTIALLED FORREFUSING TO OBEY ALL ORDERS _________________________________ 
AT REQUEST OF DEFENSE COUNSEL, HEARING NOW TO PROCEED ON JUNE 11, 2010
 Washington, D.C., May 12, 2010. The Army has now officially scheduled a formal hearing its case against Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, who isbeing court-martialled by the Army for refusing to obey orders to deploy to Afghanistan because the President refuses --even in the face of mounting evidence to the contrary-- to prove his eligibility under the Constitution to hold office. It will proceed on June 11, 2010 at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. at 9:00 a.m. in room 134 of Building T-2.All proceedings are open to the media and public. The court martial process, which begins with the military’s equivalent of a preliminaryhearing in a civilian court, known as an “Article 32 Investigation” (referring to the provision found in that section in the Uniform Code of Military Justice) was just commenced when on May 3, 2010, LTC Lakin was notified that the Art. 32 hearing would take place May 6, 2010.Lakin’s civilian lawyer, Paul Rolf Jensen, immediately requested a continuance to June 11, 2010, and this request has been granted.Assisting Jensen in his defense of Lakin is a very experienced senior member of the Army’s Judge Advocate General’s corps.The American Patriot Foundation, a non-profit group incorporated in 2003 to foster appreciation and respect for the U.S. Constitution, in theone month since establishing a fund to provide a legal defense to LTC Lakin, has received generous donations from more than 1,200separate individuals. Details are available on the Foundation’s website,www.safeguardourconstitution.com. ----end---- for further information,contact: Margaret Hemenway at (202) 448-9015 

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