Sgt. Riley R. Gress was one of four drill instructors accused of making recruits do physical training in a dusty, abandoned building at Parris Island that was nicknamed “The Dungeon.” Military.com first reported on Thursday that Gress had been acquitted on charges of maltreatment, failure to obey a lawful order and making a false official statement.
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Parris Island drill instructor found not guilty in first hazing scandal court-martial
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