Ex-Lackland trainer gets 2 years in sex scandal
SAN ANTONIO, TX -- A former trainer at a South Texas military installation has been convicted of sexual misconduct and sentenced to two years in custody.
The San Antonio Express-News reports Senior Airman Christopher Oliver on Wednesday was also given a dishonorable discharge.
Oliver is a former elite training instructor at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. He pleaded guilty to having adulterous relationships with three female trainees but had contested other charges dating back about two years when he was a staff sergeant.
A military judge convicted Oliver of consensual sodomy, wrongful sexual contact, adultery, dereliction of duty and having unprofessional relationships.
More than 30 instructors at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland have been charged with sexual misconduct. Most of those tried so far have been convicted.
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