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The "kissing colonel" of Fort Bragg received kid-glove treatment from the brass, sources tell our CI's at the sprawling Army post.
COL Chad McRee, onetime commander of the 16th Military Police Brigade, made his subordinate officer's wives' skin crawl when he'd grab and kiss them full on the lips, then try and slide his lizard-like tongue down their throats.
"Some of the women were so offended, they burst into tears on the spot," said a source in the 18th Airborne Corps.
That a senior officer could be so insensitive is amazing. But less surprising is it took a F.O.I.A. request from the Fayetteville OBSERVER to reveal the fact that the Army protected McRee and kept him on in the military for more than two years - he quietly retired this past April - after they knew of his bizarre fetish for putting "lip-locks" on unwilling women at Bragg.
COLONEL CODDLED WHILE LOWER RANKS
Old-timers recall the 1998 case of GEN David Hale, who tried to put more than just his tongue in places it didn't belong. The two-star general was brought back from retirement and reduced one grade after it was determined he had pressured his subordinate officers to provide their wives to him for sexual favors.
For something like this to be happening at a time when just looking cross-eyed at a female for more than three seconds could cost someone their military career, is absolutely incredible.
McRee's unwelcome smooches make you wonder what would have happened if a senior NCO or company-grade officer had done the same thing. Another case of DIFFERENT SPANKS FOR DIFFERENT RANKS perhaps? Is the Pope Catholic? Does a bear take a dump in the woods?
|ANOTHER WEST POINT GRAD IN TROUBLE
GEN. RALPH BAKER RELIEVED OF COMMAND
AT JOINT TASK-FORCE HORN (AFRICA)
AFTER ALLEGATIONS OF ALCOHOL USE
AND SEXUAL MISCONDUCT - TWO-STAR SAID
TO HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN HARASSMENT
AND "INAPROPRIATE" RELATIONSHIP