HE GOT OFF EASY - AIR FORCE MAJOR AT
HOLLOMAN AFB FACED LIFE IN PRISON FOR
KIDNAPPING AND SEXUAL ASSAULT - BUT
CLARENCE ANDERSON GETS THREE AND A HALF
YEARS BEHIND BARS AND DISMISSAL FROM
THE SERVICE - "HE THREATENED TO KILL ME"
VICTIM TESTIFIES AT SIX-DAY COURT-MARTIAL

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MAJ CLARENCE ANDERSON III"I know how to kill you and make it look like PTSD," Maj. Clarence Anderson said to her, a terrified female told OSI agents.

The former girlfriend claimed she had been beaten and sexually abused by the officer. She also said he had held her against her will - kidnapped.

Anderson had been special project officer with the 49th Material Maintenance Support Squadron since June of 2013. Prior to that, he served as a logistics officer at MacDill AFB in Tampa.

FACED LIFE IN PRISON

The laundry list of charges could have put Anderson behind bars for the rest if his life, but at the end of a six-day court-martial at Holloman AFB, the 14 year Air Force officer got off easy.

He was found guilty of sexual assault and abusive sexual contact plus aggravated assault but Anderson beat the kidnapping charge.

Just three and a half years in prison and dismissal from the Air Force. With luck, Anderson could be on the street earlier than that.

WORDS - JUST WORDS

But listen to the boilerplate below from Col. Robert Kiebier, the 49th Wing commanding officer. You'd think they had thrown the book at the convicted woman beater.

"Maj. Anderson has been held accountable for his actions in accordance with the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

"Holloman Air Force Base holds our airmen to the highest standards and will continue to adhere to our core values and standards of behavior in order to eliminate sexual assault and other inappropriate behavior."