US Soldier Convicted in Beating Death of Afghan Prisoner Gets 3-Month Sentence
The Associated Press
May 22, 2005
EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A military policeman has been sentenced to three months in prison after pleading guilty to assault and two counts of making a false statement in the 2002 beating death of a prisoner in Afghanistan.
In a plea bargain, Army prosecutors agreed not to pursue a charge of maltreatment against Spc. Brian E. Cammack. Cammack also agreed to testify in other cases related to the deaths of two inmates at the Bagram Control Point.
Cammack was sentenced Friday during a court-martial at Fort Bliss. He will be demoted to private, fined more than $3,200 and given a bad-conduct discharge.
"I have come to realize what I did was wrong," Cammack said.