In the comment section to the post below about a Navy TC requesting and a Navy military judge adjudging confinement in an officer special court-martial case, one commentator linked to this Stars and Stripes article from June 4. The article is about victims’ piqué over a trial counsel’s e-mail informing them about the results of a trial. LCDR Anthony Velasquez was a Navy doctor who had been convicted by a general court-martial of offenses arising from wrongful sexual contact with patients. The TC’s e-mail to the victims told them that the doc had been sentenced to confinement for 24 months, a fine of $28,000 with a six month enforcement provision, total forfeitures, and a dismissal. The TC’s e-mail omitted the fact that under a PTA, the doc would spend only 7 days in confinement, with the rest of the confinement and the fine suspended.