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Retired lieutenant colonel is unlikely to face court-martial in Capitol riot, experts say | Military.com

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Larry Rendall Brock Jr. was arrested on Sunday in Texas charged with knowingly entering a restricted building without lawful authority and one count of “violent entry and disorderly conduct.” He retired from the Air Force Reserve in 2014 as a lieutenant colonel. While Brock will face civilian charges, it is unlikely that he will face the military justice system. “Broadly speaking, court-martial jurisdiction over retired members is limited to retired regulars,” stated a Marine reservist and lawyer who specializes in military justice.

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