CAAF today set aside AFCCA’s decision and remanded for a harmless error determination in the Blazier trailer case of United States v. Nutt, No. 10-0668/AF.  Judge Baker, joined by Judge Stucky, dissented, noting that he would affirm based on his separate opinion in United States v. Sweeney, 70 M.J. 296 (C.A.A.F. 2011).  AFCCA’s unpublished decision in the case is available hereUnited States v. Nutt, No. ACM S31600 (A.F. Ct. Crim. App. May 6, 2010).

5 Responses to “National Weather Service issues tornado warning for the Blazier Trailer Park”

  1. Ama Goste says:

    A tornado has been spotted on the ground 10 miles southwest of the Blazier Trailer Park, moving northeast at 35 miles per hour. This is a warning, not a watch. Take immediate shelter. If you’re in a trailer in that park, get outside now. If you aren’t near a storm shelter, get in a ditch. Stay with CAAFlog; we’ll keep you advised.

  2. Peanut Gallery says:

    I’m curious as to which case(s) will have a bigger miljus impact: Fosler/Davis or Sweeney/Blazier?

  3. soonergrunt says:

    I’m from Oklahoma (as you all know) and we know tornadoes. We also know trailers. This combination almost never ends well.

  4. Ama Goste says:

    I knew you wouldn’t disappoint, SG.

  5. soonergrunt says:

    @ Ama Goste, 1658;
    I’m here to serve.