by John D. Guandolo
Marine Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller, the former Commander of School of Infantry East, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion has been thrown in the brig.
The U.S. Marine Corps and Scheller’s family confirm his incarceration.
Pending charges under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) include: Article 88: Contempt toward officials, Article 90: Willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer, Article 92: Failure to obey an order, and Article 133: Conduct unbecoming.
Scheller’s public comments about the lack of accountability of U.S. military general officers have been clear and consistent.
You can see his latest comments here.
Scheller himself continues to acknowledge his conduct could land him in trouble with the Marine Corps, and it has.
So why would a successful officer in the United States Marine Corps put himself, his family, his career, his reputation, and everything else at risk?
According to Scheller, it is because he believes the corruption inside our military is so grave, that our general officers are failing to do their duty, uphold their Oaths of Office, and be accountable to the very people they are sworn to protect.
As this article is written, U.S. Representative Madison Cawthorn (NC) spoke on the floor of the House of Representatives calling for Scheller’s release.
America has seen a number of military leaders over the last 10 years who are criminally negligent, like CENTCOM Commander Kenneth McKenzie Jr (USMC), and those who directly confront the President of the United States, like Admiral William McRaven (USN, retired).
We have also witnessed senior military leaders like the current Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley (USA), and Admiral Stanley McChrystal (USN, retired) take actions many believe are treasonous.
Yet, a Lieutenant Colonel who points out the hypocricy sits in jail.
The Patriots at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, called “insurrectionists” and “revolutionaries” by U.S. generals and admirals, still languish in jail while no evidence exists they were involved in a “conspiracy to overthrow the government.” Like them, Stuart Scheller is meeting the fate of many in history who are the first to be taken down before many more follow.
While Americans go about daily lives, America’s elites are bringing the entire thing down.
Military generals and admirals are leading the charge.
As the late great Angelo Codevilla stated, “It is time for the American people to realize that these (senior military officers), like their counterparts in the intelligence agencies, are no heroes.”