BULLETIN

"STINK BOMB" DROPS IN MIDDLE OF COURTROOM
AT FORT BRAGG - JUDGE POHL NOW DECIDING
IF NEW EVIDENCE GOVT KEPT FROM SINCLAIR
DEFENSE TEAM UNTIL LAST MINUTE CONSTITUTES
"UNLAWFUL COMMAND INFLUENCE" - POHL COULD
TOSS SOME CHARGES OR EVEN END THE TRIAL

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FORT BRAGG, N.C. (MCC) -- Jimmy Breslin once wrote a best-selling book, THE GANG THAT COULDN'T SHOOT STRAIGHT. We think you could apply that title today to the stumbling, bumbling JAG prosecution team trying to bury GEN Jeffrey Sinclair under the walls of the Leavenworth DB.

They just can't get it right.

In their rush to convict Sinclair at any cost - remember when HUSSEIN declared that he wanted ALL accused of alleged "sexual assault" to be "convicted" and sent to jail, no matter if guilty or innocent - the sycophantic prosecutors shot themselves in both clay feet.

KEY EVIDENCE KEPT FROM DEFENSE
UNTIL LAST MINUTE

The aroma of cow manure in the courtroom reached a new high Monday when it was revealed that government lawyers sat on key evidence of possible unlawful command influence, not releasing to the defense incriminating e-mails of a three-star general involved in the case, until 24 hours before today's session.

If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and walks like a duck, it IS a duck. And here is a clear case of over-zealous, politically-correct prosecutors in such a big hurry to screw Sinclair that they may have shafted themselves.

The bombshell development today came when LTG Joseph Anderson, commander of the 18th Airborne Corps, testified that - perish the thought - "unlawful command influence" played any part in his decision to turn down GEN Sinclair's first plea offer back last December.

E-MAILS REVEAL LTG ANDERSON'S MIND-SET

A set of incriminating e-mails between the top brass doesn't look good for the JAG, especially after Anderson stated, "Bottom line, my question was what does the victim want to do? I based my decision on what the victim wanted to do."

The word alleged apparently isn't in the political general's dictionary.

"Absolutely not!" Anderson sniffed when asked if unlawful command influence figured into the plea turndown.

It is painfully obvious, dear readers, that Anderson bowed to pressure from the Obama White House to prosecute Sinclair, no matter what.

Judge Pohl is ruling now whether to toss the entire case, some of the charges, or continue on as is in the trial. We will file a LATEST BULLETIN on his decision as soon as we can get it to you. Click on to MCC hourly until such news comes through.

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