13 Marines charged after human smuggling probe will leave service

CBS News 3 days ago

Most of the Marines who were labeled as criminals in front of their colleagues at Camp Pendleton after a human smuggling probe won't go to court. Six Marines have pleaded guilty to various charges in courts-martial, but 13 decided to leave the corps. CBSN Los Angeles reports.

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