Sgt. Adam Holcomb, who was found guilty of maltreatment and assault — but acquitted on charges of negligent homicide, reckless endangerment, communicating a threat and hazing — in the death of Pvt. Danny Chen, was sentenced to just 30 days in military jail: Jury Recommends 30-Day Sentence for Sergeant in Army Hazing Case.
But he will remain in the service. A military jury recommended Holcomb should be reduced one rank, to specialist, and be fined $1,181.55. This is apparently the monetary cost of driving a Chinese American soldier to his death.