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Birther Army Colonel Faces Court Martial

Army Lt. Colonel Terry Lakin says he doesn't have to obey the commands of his illegal Kenyan president. The Army says, "Deploy or face court martial." Via World Net Daily:
"On 30 March 2010, this command became aware of your intentions to refuse to follow deployment orders. Your stated reason for refusal was your belief that the election of the President of the United States is invalid because you believe he is not 'native born' [sic]. This counseling is to inform you that your deployment orders are presumed to be valid and lawful orders issued by competent military authority," said the document from the "counselor," Lt. Col. William D. Judd. The letter reminded Lakin of his April 12 due date at Fort Campbell, Ky. "Failure to follow your reassignment and/or deployment orders may result in adverse action including court-martial," the officer was warned. The document cited articles 86, 87 and 88 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice: being missing, disobeying an order and contempt). "If found guilty … you could be sentenced to dismissal from the service … forefeiture of all pay and allowances; and confinement for a period of months or years in a military prison," the warning stated.
VIDEO: Lt. Colonel Lakin says "any reasonable person" would disobey this Commander In Chief.

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