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Based on play ,and it shows, a little talky, the movie can boast the creme de la creme of British actors: Attenborough, Howard, Plummer,both York et al and this is the main reason you should watch this overlooked work.The scene in which the widow of a captain who would have been killed in action is awarded a medal is pivotal : the keywords to the movie are pride and honor.When this widow is attacked by a rookie (a naive young man who thinks that his only punishment would be to be expelled from the army , a thing he ardently hopes -the very first scene is revealing- ) one attends a travesty of a trial ,where the court martial's purpose is less the search for truth (which might be really unbecoming) than to preserve the military values, to keep up appearances .A rotten microcosm where things better left unsaid happen .




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UNITED STATES NAVY-MARINE CORPS COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS WASHINGTON, D.C. Before B.L. PAYTON-O'BRIEN, R.Q. WARD, J.R. MCFARLANE Appellate Military Judges UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. CHRISTOPHER M. HARRIS CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER 2 (W-2), U.S. MARINE CORPS NMCCA 201000341 GENERAL COURT-MARTIAL Sentence Adjudged: 28 January 2010. Military Judge: CAPT D. Jacques Smith, JAGC, USN. Convening Authority: Commanding General, Training and Education Command, Quantico, VA. Staff Judge Advocate's Recommendation: LtCol C.M. Greer, USMC. For Appellant: LT Jared Hernandez, JAGC, USN. For Appellee: LT Ian MacLean, JAGC, USN. 27 December 2012 --------------------------------------------------- OPINION OF THE COURT --------------------------------------------------- THIS OPINION DOES NOT SERVE AS BINDING PRECEDENT, BUT MAY BE CITED AS PERSUASIVE AUTHORITY UNDER NMCCA RULE OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE 18.2. PER CURIAM: A general court-martial composed of members convicted the appellant, contrary to his pleas, of false official statement, conduct unbecoming an officer, and obstructing justice, in violation of Articles 107, 133, and 134, Uniform Code of Military Justice, 10 U.S.C. 907, 933, and 934. The members sentenced the appellant to dismissal from the naval service. The convening authority approved the sentence as adjudged. Background


As reported by ESPN, Beard was in the second season of a fully guaranteed, seven-year contract. His contract includes a provision under which he can be fired for cause for conduct that includes being charged with a felony. He went 22-12 in his lone full season with the Longhorns, and was off to a 7-1 start this season at the time of his arrest and suspension.


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