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That was just one of the many “kudos” – amid a few “brickbats” from “the lunatic fringe” – that came to us after we exposed the recent arrest of a prominent colonel on post who allegedly threatened to “KILL” a spurned girlfriend and her dog!
Col. Alan C. Cate, the former director of the Army Heritage and Education Center, was arrested by the Pennsylvania State Police after a woman called 911 to report she’d been “assaulted” and “threatened” by the former Army Ranger.
It was a quest marked by failure from the very start.
The general couldn’t seem to figure out what his “positions” were. To one audience, he said he would’ve voted for war in Iraq. To another, he’d been “against it from the start.” When it came to abortion rights, the general was all over the map. He tried to ingratiate himself with low-income New Hampshire Democrats, claiming he “worked his way through West Point.” Anyone with half a brain knows that when you go to West Point, not only are all expenses paid, (by we the taxpayers), but each cadet receives a monthly stipend as well. Even Clark’s lies were half-baked.
Last Dec. 22, Judge Emmet G. Sullivan decried the Pentagon’s demand that the “experimental” so-called anthrax “vaccine” be administered to all members of the military, on pain of court-martial or dismissal from the service.
Several thousand service-members
have bravely refused the shots and suffered punishment, ranging from
dishonorable discharge to prison terms, after declining to risk their
health and that of family members. Others have died or been crippled
for life after suffering severe reactions from the mandatory inoculations.
BREAKTHROUGH IN COL SABOW
Buried in the hundreds of pages that comprise the 2004 Defense Authorization Act, was the order that the mysterious death of Col. John Sabow, USMC, be reviewed and that “experts outside the Defense Department” investigate the medical and forensic evidence from the 12 year-old shotgun death.
Thanks to California Congressman Duncan Hunter, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, the Marine Corps will no longer have absolute control on what is revealed by the new probe. And that could open a Pandora’s Box when the cover-up of Sabow’s murder is revealed.
PLEASE DON’T GO!”PLEADS
In our recent story – LESBIAN “LOVE-NEST” AT IWAKUNI M.C.A.S. – we exposed the affair in Japan of a slender Navy LCDR doctor and her hulking lesbian lover, a Marine CPL military policewoman and interrogator.
We detailed how the officer escaped charges of adultery, fraternization, sodomy, conduct unbecoming an officer and only received a “wrist-slap” and a transfer (to the U.S. Naval Hospital in Yokosuka, Japan) while lower-ranks would have been swiftly court-martialed and sent to prison.
MilitaryCorruption.com legally obtained steamy “x-rated” e-mail between the LCDR and her CPL lover, some of which we cleaned up and excerpted in the above-mentioned article.
NEW CAR IS A “LEMON”
By LONNIE T. SHOULTZ
In their fawning and congratulatory stories written in June 2003 when Army Chief of Staff Eric “Rick” Shinseki retired, most reporters referred to him as the “father of the Army Stryker Brigades.” Few of the writers mentioned the “Black Beret” fiasco that destroyed morale during Shinseki’s watch, since the little general preferred to be known for sheep herding the controversial weapons system, instead.
Shinseki needs to be careful of what he wishes. When the final chapter is written about the shady deals, accommodations, strong arming, bribery and other misdeeds that brought the Army “Stryker” armored car program to life, it will be one of the darkest chapters in the Army’s history.
MEN FROM MAINE
This is the story of two men from Maine - one a high-ranking officer, COL Richard Moran, former chief contracting officer for the U.S. Army in Korea. The other, a junior non-commissioned officer (NCO), former Air Force Staff Sergeant Jerry Tilton.
The ranking military man, Colonel Moran, was nailed with at least $400,000 in hundred dollar bills stuffed under his mattress in his personal quarters in Korea. CID investigators found at least that much more hidden elsewhere in the room - all bribes and kickbacksfrom Korean contractors who didbusiness with Uncle Sam.
The low-ranking sergeant from Windham, Maine (the Army didn't want to reveal to us just where in the Pine Tree State the colonel originally hailed from), was railroaded into an 18-year prison term at Leavenworth (with no hope of parole), after Tilton's estranged wife, embroiled in a bitter divorce action with her hubby, claimed the sergeant had "molested" his nine and ten year-old sons.
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NCO AT TRAVIS AFB
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ON THE FIRING LINE VOL. 1, NO. 6
Yes, we know, it’s been a long time. But sometimes one has to be patient in order to obtain a key bit of information on a very sensitive case. And now, we have done just that.
You will recall our ongoing investigation into the mysterious shooting deaths of the wives of two prominent “law enforcement” officials in Virginia. Both women were alleged to have committed “suicide” while hubby was home, but not in the immediate vicinity.
REALLY HAPPENED TO
Works most of the time. But not in this case!
A fascinating new book WITH OUR OWN EYES: EYEWITNESSES TO THE FINAL DAYS OF AMELIA EARHART by Mike Campbell with Thomas Devine, has the debunkers and disinformation agents in a real dither.
NO HELP FROM REP. SOLOMON ORTIZ
ANGLO VET CLAIMS RACIAL
DISCRIMINATION SAYS HISPANICS
FAVORED BY CONGRESSMAN FROM
CORPUS CHRISTI IM A MINORITY IN
MY OWN COUNTRY JOHN ROHMFELD
He has refused to help me, and his staff wont take my phone calls, says John Rohmfeld of Kingsville, Tex. I dont want preferential treatment. I just want to get the same help that Hispanic service-members have received, whove been in the same situation I am in. I feel like Im a minority in my own country.
Rohmfeld, a former Marine NCO who served on active duty, cities the case of retired Texas National Guard Sergeant-Major (SGM) Arnold Diaz.
COLONEL PLEADS NOT
The well-connected bird colonel headed up the U.S. Armys Contracting Command in South Korea. That is, until the CID raided his quarters at Yongsan earlier this year and found over $700,000 in cash - $400,000 of it (in hundred dollar bills) - stuffed into his mattress.
Seems the 56 year-old officer was making a bundle on the side in exchange for influencing the award of contracts to two Korean businesses.