An update on the proceedings against three 82nd Airborne Division soldiers charged with having sex for money on a military-themed gay pornography Web( Active Duty)site has accepted a plea agreement, division officials told the Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer on Friday.
Pfc. Richard Ashley is scheduled to appear in front of a military judge Thursday to finalize the agreement, Sgt. 1st Class Dean Welch, an 82nd Airborne spokesman, told the paper. Details of the plea agreement were not released.
The Observer also reported that the two other soldiers, Pfc. Wesley K. Mitten and Pvt. Kagen B. Mullen, are scheduled to stand trial in May. Mullen has also been charged with adultery. Division officials said it is unclear whether Mitten and Mullen also are seeking plea agreements.
According to the report all three were charged with pandering, wrongfully engaging in sexual acts over the Internet for money and sodomy. Read the gaydemon review of Active Duty to find out more about this site!