Birther Doc Gets Court Martial Charges, UPDATED

...and bumped. Update below...

Well, we knew this was bound to happen:
Formal court martial charges have been brought against Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, the Army doctor who believes President Obama may not be a natural born citizen, for failing to follow orders, the military said today.

Lakin was charged Thursday "with one specification of a violation of Article 87, Missing Movement and four specifications of a violation of Article 92 (three specifications of Failure to Obey a Lawful Order, and one Specification of Dereliction of Duty)," said Chuck Dasey, spokesman at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, where Lakin is assigned.
As you'll recall, Lieutenant Colonel Lakin released a YouTube video in which he publicly announces his intention to disobey his orders because he, well, is a birther. Natch.

It appears that his uppance have come...

UPDATE :: David Weigel makes an interesting point:
[W]e've now seen a number of soldiers do this, and last year we saw Capt. Connie Rhodes try a similar thing, get punished, and make a celebrity out of her lawyer -- none other than Orly Taitz. Larkin's case isn't going to change anything more important than the pecking order of birther attorneys and the destination for birthers' donation checks.
And yet, I find myself utterly fascinated with the birther 'movement'. It's like rubber-necking as you drive past the scene of a car accident. You can't help but want to look...