The claims were made in a letter that came to light during the court martial of a former member of the SAS.
The Army contemplated a court martial, though in the end West was simply relieved of his command and fined $5,000.
A final decision on if and when to court martial Manning is expected within weeks.
He was tried by court martial, condemned to death, and shot.
She was seized, brought to the Spanish camp, and tried by court martial.
Even James did not venture to inflict death by sentence of a court martial.
They have just arrived to take him for court martial; they are waiting your orders.
Colonel Mitchell was in command of the station, and threatened the men with court martial.
"If I desert my post, it's court martial," the sentry explained.
Why was it sought to railroad him before a court martial, and that attempt failing, the civil trial postponed for all that time?