ARMY GENERAL FIRED IN AFGHANISTAN UNDER
"CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION" SAYS CID - BRIG. GEN.
JEFFREY SINCLAIR (82ND AIRBORNE) BACK AT
FORT BRAGG - MCC WORKING THIS STORY
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An Army general has been fired in Afghanistan and shipped home under "criminal" investigation.
That's the word from sources at Fort Bragg, N.C. where the flag officer has been sent to. No details on whether the senior officer is under arrest or what his status is otherwise.
BG Jeffrey A, Sinclair has been the deputy commanding general for support in Afghanistan since 2010.
GENERAL NOT A WEST POINT GRADUATE
He is a 1985 ROTC graduate of West Virginia University. Because he's not a "ring-knocker" - USMA grad. - things could go badly for him.
It is extremely rare for the Army to admit a general officer is under "criminal investigation." That could mean financial misconduct or a sex charge. If Sinclair was in the Air Force, he could play his GET OUT OF JAIL FREE card. No flag officer in Air Force history has been court-martialed for anything.
We will update as we get more information.