Should civilians be court marshalled for treason or sedition.

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calibob

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I stand on the precedence of the Lincoln assination conspirator's that treason and sedition are punishable by the UCMJ and if ANY person conspires or colludes with and enemy of the USA, whether Foreign or domestic military law can be enforced and military punishment can be legally applied.

UCMJ Treason Laws https://www.justanswer.com/topics-treason/

What is treason?
Treason is the act in which a civilian or soldier uses information or other sources to help the enemies of the United States gain power and control.

If so should that be applied to US Federal Elections?
 

calibob

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At the very least they should at least get an Article 15.
In the Air Force we had what was called a stab and tab. Prevent promotion and garnish their wages in leu of stricter punishment was part of our Article 15. It was better than the stockade or an Undesirable discharge. But employers used to ask for DD214's with job interviews. (I've still got a few.)
 

Susanna

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Treason is treason and should be punished accordingly.
 

tourist

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In the Air Force we had what was called a stab and tab. Prevent promotion and garnish their wages in leu of stricter punishment was part of our Article 15. It was better than the stockade or an Undesirable discharge. But employers used to ask for DD214's with job interviews. (I've still got a few.)
I keep my 214's in a dresser drawer. I have never been ask to show them through the years.
 

calibob

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I keep my 214's in a dresser drawer. I have never been ask to show them through the years.
I have several times. When and where Veterans received a hiring priority status or a security clearance was required.