Sgt. Maj. Garry Tull Photo: U.S. Army

Despite His Admission, Sgt. Maj. Garry Tull Acquitted in Sex Case 

 

Nancy Montgomery
Stars and Stripes – European edition
May 21, 2010

A U.S. Army Europe brigade sergeant major who’d admitted sexual contact with a low-ranking soldier in his command was acquitted Thursday of sexual assault, fraternization, maltreatment and adultery.

Sgt. Maj. Garry Tull shouted with joy, hugged his lawyers and began to cry after a court-martial panel comprising three other sergeants major, a lieutenant colonel, a major and a warrant officer acquitted him on all counts.

To read the full story in Stars and Stripes, click here.

————————————————————————

For additional information on this issue, please refer to the following reports: 

Sergeant Major in Europe Faces Sexual Assault Trial  usmvaw.com

Who’s Who: Command Sgt. Maj. Garry Tull   Herald POST,  May 7, 2009

Advertisements