FIRESTORM ERUPTS OVER GEN. FISCUS
“WRIST-SLAP” – HUNDREDS OF E-MAILS
POUR IN – VAST MAJORITY CONDEMN
“DOUBLE-STANDARD” OF “JUSTICE”
MOST WANT FISCUS COURT-MARTIALED
HIS BUDDY, GEN. COOK, WHO GOT HIM
OFF EASY, “GCMCA” IN CASE WHERE
FEMALE NCO FACING COURT-MARTIAL
FOR HAVING SEX WITH A FELLOW E.M.
AT SHEPPARD AFB – ANOTHER CASE OF
“DIFFERENT SPANKS FOR DIFFERENT
RANKS?” – STOP THIS OUTRAGE! – COOK
MUST BE MADE ACCOUNTABLE


Few issues have stirred up our readers more – we average 150,000 “unique page views” a day – than the piece we did recently on how the Air Force’s top legal officer literally “got away” with crimes that would have sent a lesser-ranking person straight to the Leavenworth Disciplinary Barracks.

Former Maj. Gen. Thomas J. Fiscus – a phony and hypocrite if there ever was one – avoided court-martial and prison time when his fellow flag-officer, Gen. Donald G. Cook, commander of Air Education and Training Command, gave him a “wrist-slap” and NJP, so the bald-headed, bespectacled “Romeo” could retire on a slightly reduced pension.

What an outrage! This wasn’t just an ordinary “two-star” having sex with more than two dozen women – including enlisted members, officers and civilian females – this was the guy who sat at the top of the heap as chief legal officer for the Air Force!

Every case that this creep presided over should be re-opened, and those who were given less than justice should have their day in court.

IS GEN. COOK TURNING A “BLIND EYE” TO JUSTICE?

As for Gen. Cook, we have learned he is the GCMCA in a current case ongoing at Sheppard AFB in Texas. It seems a female NCO and instructor had a one-time sexual liaison with one of her students. We might point out, the staff sergeant was pursued by the student, not the other way around! And the “get-together” happened at the end of the training course. No “favors” were given the student.

If it sounds like the sergeant used poor judgement, you’re right. And there definitely should be some sort of punishment. Perhaps a fine and loss of a stripe would be sufficient. But a full-blown court-martial, where the NCO with an excellent (until now) military record might go to jail? That’s ridiculous!

Why destroy the career of a good NCO over one mistake like this? Especially when Gen. Fiscus can “carry on” for more than ten years and repeatedly violate regulations against adultery, fraternization, and conduct unbecoming an officer.”

And how about another offense? Try “favoritism” on for size. Not all of the generals’ partners were “victims.” Some, especially one obnoxious female major, who bragged in Germany that she was “close with Tom” and visited him for “intimate times” back in the Beltway, welcomed his advances. It was great for her career.

FISCUS ISN’T THE ONLY “GUILTY” ONE

Why has the Air Force given this major total immunity?

Didn’t she “profit” from her liaisons? Didn’t she know Gen. Fiscus is married? Didn’t she care that her “relationship” was an offense to every tenant of justice in the JAG Corps? Obviously not!

Isn’t it about time that the top brass look at her, how she got her promotions, assignments and what she gained from the affair she once boasted about?

We at MilitaryCorruption.com have received many e-mails and other contacts from people who know “Chi Chi” and share a fear and loathing of her that borders on obsession.

“She is a vicious, arrogant person who should be kicked out of the Air Force,” said one female, who had the misfortune of working with the officer at an overseas base.

“The major was arrogant, abusive and acted above the law,” said a male JAG officer. “She let it be known here that she was having an affair with Fiscus. Even the base commander knew better than to displease her highness.”

Isn’t it about time that the Air Force prosecute both genders with equal fervor? Those females who were victimized by Fiscus deserve our sympathy and help. But the ones who welcomed his amorous intentions and used that to “get ahead,’ should have their rank reduced and be properly disciplined.

Until that is done, morale will remain at a very low ebb in the embattled U.S. Air Force.

 

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