• October 1, 2014

Defense: General’s plea deal drops sex assault charge

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5 comments:

  • Bubba posted at 7:51 pm on Mon, Mar 17, 2014.

    Bubba Posts: 707

    What a disgrace. Reduce this dirtbag to Captain and dismiss him from the service with loss of all pay and allowances.

    Then take him to a barber shop.

    Disgusting.

     
  • Trish posted at 2:55 pm on Mon, Mar 17, 2014.

    Trish Posts: 6

    Unless the rules have changed or are diff. for officers, even if you are busted in rank you retire at the highest rank you held. So is this just a cover-up so the public will think he was punished?

     
  • Trish posted at 1:17 pm on Mon, Mar 17, 2014.

    Trish Posts: 6

    Om gosh, Just looked at another artical that no misconduct will be tolerated starting in 2010 and how many officers and other soldiers have been discharge from military. Really Why does this General get anything differant. This came from Chiefs of staffs in Washington. He should lose his pension just like hundreds of others have. Or the other one should receive money paid back. These are soldiers not civilians. I am sick of double standards. Just like the Ft. Hood shooting. It was not just a work place attack. It was directed at soldiers. They wanted to try him as a civilian. Thank God the Judge stood her ground. I am sorry you break the rules, in the military you are caught you get busted period.

     
  • Trish posted at 1:00 pm on Mon, Mar 17, 2014.

    Trish Posts: 6

    This is justice at it's best. The civilian world doesn't matter. He is military, he knew it was wrong and he would be caught. If he was an NCO he would be doing jail time and put out of the military. I thought the military was starting to move forward with cracking down on sexual issues. If the military started taking their pension away maybe this would stop. He stole from the military. What a good example. I am ashamed of the leaders who have basicly let him off with a slap on the wrist. He is a General throw the book at him. Do as I say not as I do. I would not want him as a leader and would not follow under his command if I was a female under him, and should not have to be subjected to him in any way shape or form period.

     
  • Mamma Griz posted at 5:03 am on Mon, Mar 17, 2014.

    Mamma Griz Posts: 249

    Par for the course for government work. RHIP!

     

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