Trent A. Aistrope
Trent A. Aistrope is an enlisted member of the United States Air Force. Aistrope is is notable because his was the first Air Force court martial to be convened in Afghanistan. Aistrope was charged with violating article 121 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, after he took $1500 from a wallet he found.
Aistrope was sentenced to a reduction in rank from Technical Sergeant to Staff Sergeant; to two months confinement; a fine of $1500, and forfeiture of $500 of his pay for four months. Commentators noted that Aistrope received a heavier sentence than the Military Policemen depicted humiliating captives at Abu Ghraib.
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