As was explained, She did that to LIVING people. Different situation, different outcome.
While both are illegal, there are different levels of punishment for the two.
If I cut the head off a dead body, I will not get the same punishment as if I cut the head off a live person.
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Also Discharge was the ONLY punishment that could be given to Choi under military rules. This situation does not dictate that discharge is the ONLY punishment.
Again, different situations.
Dan Choi Honorably Discharged | News | The AdvocateArmy National Guard Lt. Dan Choi was honorably discharged,
You still don't seem to understand that the ONLY punishment someone could receieve under DADT is a discharge. That was the compromise to allowing gays in the military.
The military had only ONE choice for choi and that was discharge.
This incident with the Marines and Choi cannot be compared with honestly because they are different.
I don't feel sorry for them, but I don't feel it's on par with what England did and I explained why. They deserve non-judicial punishment, but that is all.
Again, there are distinct difference in illegal activies to dead people compared to the living and how they are handled even in civilian society.