Marine with autism sentenced and discharged for offenses

07/21/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A 21-year-old man with autism and bipolar disorder, accepted by the Marine Corps despite a recruiter's knowledge of his autism, pleaded guilty Monday on charges of desertion, possession of child pornography and fraudulent enlistment. The man received a three-year suspended sentence and a bad-conduct discharge. He will be released from the brig at Camp Pendleton in California by the end of the week.

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