Yesterday DOJ counsel sent a letter to Ms. Martin’s counsel stating, in part:  “MCRD allows members of the public to access its courtroom for open military hearings.  MCRD will allow Ms. Martin this same access and she will be treated the same as any other member of the public.”  (That letter is available at page 4 here.)

Today Ms. Martin’s counsel withdrew their motion for preliminary injunction without prejudice.  (The notice of withdrawal is the first two pages here.)

7 Responses to “MCRD San Diego agrees to allow Ms. Martin to attend courts-martial”

  1. General Orders says:

    The CG, presumably with the advice of the SJA, should not have issued an order he was not willing to enforce. This harkens back to the No Pregnancy order issued last December, then rescinded by MG Cucolo.

  2. Anon says:

    We can all breath a sigh of relief that MCRD San Diego is once again safe for Democracy! Can we now return to the always fascinating debate about how many angels can dance on the head of a pin?

  3. Anonymous says:

    No, I want more news on Lakin. And more hot air from Charlie Gittens.

  4. Charles Gittins says:

    At least spell my name right, moron.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Ah, Mr. Gittins, I do apologize. But I can always count on you putting a smile on my face.

  6. Anonymous says:

    nice one!

  7. Anonymous says:

    17, no more, no less.