BULLETIN

WE WERE RIGHT! - NAVY ADMITS THE COWPENS
AND McCAIN WERE INDEED "RACING AT SEA."
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER FOR 7TH FLEET SAYS
CAPT. HOLLY GRAF "INVESTIGATED" BY I.G. FOR
DRAG-RACING, BUT CHARGE SHE ENDANGERED
LIVES OF CREW "UNSUBSTANTIATED." - ARE THEY
KIDDING? - LOOK AT PHOTO IN OUR "SPECIAL
REPORT" - RUNNING A 10,000-TON CRUISER AT 32
KNOTS WITHIN 300 FEET OF SMALLER McCAIN
SURE SEEMS RECKLESS TO US - HOW ABOUT YOU?

While the Pentagon PAO continues to "stonewall" mainstream media outlets inquiring about our EXCLUSIVE story revealing a "drag race" in the Pacific between the destroyer McCAIN and cruiser COWPENS, that came within 300 feet of collision, we are grateful to the 7th Fleet PAO officer who was honest and professional enough to confirm the key facts in our story.

CDR Jeff Davis told MilitaryCorruption.com, and we quote, "the ships were indeed racing at sea." He also said the I.G. investigation of Capt. Holly Graf, in which she was found guilty of "cruelty and maltreatment" of her crew and relieved of command, failed to substantiate the charge she also endangered her ship in the "full throttle" dash that almost resulted in the COWPENS slicing the fantail off the much smaller destroyer.

We must disagree with the I.G. on that one. Anybody looking at the exclusive copyrighted photo we published of the "near miss" at sea, can tell there was great danger to both crews. And Graf's incompetence was further established in our minds by the report of an eyewitness on the bridge that the foul-mouthed martinet forbid the sounding of COLLISION ALARM. That bit of panic or effort to conceal what had happened, could have resulted in even more casualties if the ships had slammed into each other.

KEEP "CLICKING ON" THIS SITE FOR FURTHER UPDATES ON THE "HORRIBLE HOLLY" GRAF CASE. WE WILL BREAK NEWS THE MOMENT WE RECEIVE IT. UNCENSORED AND UNAFRAID.