The U.S. Navy has charged a sailor with arson for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme Richard - injuring 63 people last July.
The U.S. Navy has not released the name of the sailor, who was a member of the ship's crew at the time, according to a news release.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Officials said on Thursday that the sailor 'is accused of starting the fire' and 'evidence collected during the investigation is sufficient to direct a preliminary hearing.'
Vice Admiral Steve Koehler, the Third Fleet commander, is considering court-martial charges and has directed a preliminary hearing to determine any further action, as required by the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
The U.S. Navy has charged a sailor for fire that destroyed the $750 million USS Bonhomme Richard - injuring 63 people last July
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