Marine Corps / Cpl. David Bessey.

UPDATE: This story was updated on March 12 to include a statement from Raheel Siddiqui's family.

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U.S. Marine Corps/Cpl. Caitlin Brink

The last of the former Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island drill instructors implicated in perhaps the most notorious trainee abuse scandal the Corps has seen in more than six decades has pleaded guilty to multiple violations of military code and is being separated from the service.

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This story has been updated to reflect that Marine Corps Training and Education Command commander Maj. Gen. Kevin Iiams has, as the court-martial convening authority, the ability to adjust Joseph Felix’s sentence after reviewing the case.

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A jury has found a former Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island drill instructor guilty of abusing three Muslim former trainees, multiple violations of military law and striking a recruit in the face moments before his fatal fall.

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A military court has heard all evidence in the U.S. government’s case against a former Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island drill instructor accused of hitting, kicking, choking and otherwise abusing nearly 20 trainees he was responsible for making into Marines.

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Government prosecutors called a former Marine Corps drill instructor as a witness Tuesday who confirmed to the court that he wanted to help the defense of a former colleague accused of abusing recruits.

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