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Article posted Jul 15 2006, 11:43 PM Category: General Source: Associated Press Print

Veteran pleads guilty to vandalizing cars

By ROBERT WELLER, Associated Press Writer

In this photo relased by the Denver District Attorney's office, shows Lt. Col. Alexis Fecteau, 43, of Colorado Springs, Colo. Lt. Col. Fecteau an officer with hundreds of hours of combat time pleaded guilty Friday, July 14, 2006, to defacing cars with bumper stickers supporting President Bush. Fecteau, a decorated officer who flew 500 combat hours in the Gulf War, Kosovo and Bosnia, pleaded guilty to felony mischief and must pay restitution to the owners of the damaged cars. (AP Photo/Denver District Attorney's Office)

An Air Force officer pleaded guilty Friday to defacing cars with bumper stickers supporting President Bush, and was given a two-year deferred sentence.

Lt. Col. Alexis Fecteau, a decorated officer who flew 500 combat hours in the Gulf War, Kosovo and Bosnia, pleaded guilty to felony mischief and must pay restitution to the owners of the damaged cars to clear his record.

Fecteau, 43, of Colorado Springs, did not speak during the hearing nor comment after it.

Attorney Patrick Mulligan said his client, a 20-year veteran, has submitted his retirement papers. Negotiations are under way to determine at what rank and with what benefits he will be retired.

Mulligan said he will work with other lawyers to determine how much must be paid in restitution.

Mulligan said the plea agreement "affords Lt. Col. Fecteau the opportunity to get back on track," noting his record will be cleared in two years if he stays out of trouble.

Fecteau originally faced 13 charges for defacing vehicles at the Denver airport from January to July 2005. Fecteau admitted to investigators he had vandalized cars starting around the time of the November 2004 election, but pleaded guilty to a single charge of criminal mischief that named all 13 victims.

Fecteau blacked out pro-Bush bumper stickers and then spray-painted an expletive over them.

After the charges became public, Fecteau was removed as director of operations for reserve forces at the National Security Space Institute at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs.





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Anonymous

Posted: Nov 02 2010, 12:35 PM

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173168 "An Air Force officer pleaded guilty Friday to defacing cars with bumper stickers supporting President Bush, and was given a two-year deferred sentence."

My only question is when will War Criminals Bush and Cheney be convicted???
freedom_man

Posted: Nov 02 2010, 2:06 PM

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Fact of the matter is of course this guy should get praise instead of punishment, in any SANE world it would be so. Ours is an insane one.
Anonymous

Posted: Mar 15 2011, 2:57 AM

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207118 hes good!!!
Anonymous

Posted: Oct 04 2013, 10:09 AM

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70196 He is good for that


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