Marine Corps OCS: “You’re responsible for everything your unit does of fails to do” — Battalion CO given slap on the wrist in Parris Island hazing case || Grant Newsham talks “the Trump-Kim meeting”

(Left) Marine Corps Recruit Raheel Siddiqui:  died after he jumped from the 3rd floor of a recruit barracks at Parris Island (USMC photo)
(Left Center) Col Paul Cucinotta:  relieved as the CO of 3rd Recruit Training Regiment and given immunity in the case (USMC photo)
(Center) LtCol Joshua Kisson:  relieved as CO of 3rd Battalion, 3rd Recruit Training Regiment, pled guilty to charges of dereliction of duty, making false official statements and conduct unbecoming of an officer; fined $5,000, given a letter of reprimand and allowed to retire (USMC photo)
(Center Right) SgtMaj Nicholas Deabreau:  relieved as 3rd Recruit Training Regiment SgtMaj, given immunity in the case (USMC photo) 
(Right) GySgt Joseph Felix:  relieved as the Senior Drill Instructor of Recruit Saddiqui’s Company, sentenced to 10 years in prison, reduced to the rank of Private, forfeits all pay and allowances, Dishonorable Discharge for maltreatment, violation of a lawful general order and dereliction of duty, making a false official statement, and drunk and disorderly conduct (Jeff Schogol photo)