Nov 092012
 
 November 9, 2012  Laws, Misc

Jeff Schogol reports:

The Air Force is changing the rules on how the media and general public get information about airmen accused of crimes.

A recent Air Force Instruction lists several changes to how the service applies the Uniform Code of Military Justice that are intended to protect the privacy of accused airmen at the expense of the public’s right to know.

The Air Force Instruction appears to curtail the public’s access to criminal records.

Read more on Air Force Times.

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