Occam said:My reasoning is somewhat more simple: If it were a tactic that actually worked, we'd actually see it employed both on civvie street and in courts martial. The fact that we don't hear about it means it probably isn't a consideration in sentencing.
Journeyman said:"Justice; seen to be done," my buttocks
Having spent time in the tailor shop, twice, following standing hatless before the CO.....I disagree.dapaterson said:I think when they walk around the dockyard with two hooks vice three with a leaf justice will be seen to be done.
Wookilar said:I think it's unfortunate that the original charge of sabotage could not be supported in court. It certainly fits the dictionary meaning.
"Treacherous action to defeat or hinder a cause or an endeavor; deliberate subversion."
Seems to fit to me.