withdrawal of the chief prosecutor in the general court-martial of Army Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair raises important questions about what power a military prosecutor should have. For an interesting comparison, consider Makhele v. Commander, Lesotho Defence Force,  LSHC 85, where the High Court of Lesotho set aside a court-martial conviction for fundamental errors, one of which was that the court-martial proceeded with a charge that the prosecutor had dismissed. (The offense at issue was "refus[al] to use a green beret instead of a maroon beret.") For later proceedings see Makhele v. Commander, Lesotho Defence Force,  LSHC 237.