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Court Marital Starts Thursday

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A Fort Sill Soldier will face a Court Martial this week.

Private First Class H. Cohen Baker is accused of committing a sexual act on a child younger than 16-years-old.  He is also accused of possessing pornography.

According to army officials, the incidents happen in August 2013 near Elgin, Oklahoma, but also on or near Fort Sill.

Baker’s Court Martial is scheduled to begin on Thursday at 9:00a.m. on post.
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