“MOMMY, PLEASE DON’T GO!”PLEADS
4 YEAR-OLD GIRL, WRAPPING ARMS
AROUND LCDR’S LEG – BUT FEMALE
DOCTOR SHOVES DAUGHTER ASIDE
AS NAVY OFFICER LEAVES HOME FOR
RENDEZVOUS WITH LESBIAN LOVER –
BULL DYKE MARINE CPL MILITARY
POLICE INTERROGATOR – “COVER-UP”
BY NAVY AND MARINE CORPS BRASS
© MilitaryCorruption.com 2003
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.
While we received hundreds of messages from outraged readers and military members, not one was from the office of Commandant of the Marine Corps (Gen. Michael Hagee) or Chief of Naval Operations (Admiral Vern Clark).
They both prefer to “look the other way” and play a game of “political correctness” that mocks the regulations on the books regarding gays in the military.
These two top brass hats are unconcerned that a “double standard of justice” occurs where lower-ranking personnel are routinely discharged, court-martialed and sent to prison for crimes less than those alleged to have been committed by the Navy commander and her lesbian Marine corporal girlfriend.
A “DOUBLE STANDARD” OF JUSTICE
If the Navy and Marine Corps want to turn a blind eye to the regulations in this case, the parents and family members of those who have been punished for such acts need to file a class-action lawsuit against the government. The odious Feres Doctrine prohibits military veterans who served on active duty from suing the government for any harm inflicted on them.
We feel the “regs” should either be obeyed or junked, as Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Israel and many other nation’s militaries have done regarding homosexuals serving in the armed forces. DIFFERENT SPANKS FOR DIFFERENT RANKS is extremely destructive to unit cohesion and military morale. And letting ranking officers and their lovers off easy or with no punishment at all, while enlisted personnel get hammered, is an outrage.
One reason the LCDR – still on active duty with the Navy some six months after she was caught in bed with her enlisted lover by a military police investigator and officer from the PMO – is because of her rank and position as a doctor in the Navy.
A deep-cover source, and currently active-duty medical officer in the Navy, tells us “many of the top-ranking female officers who are nurses and doctors are lesbian, and they are very powerful. They look out for each other.”
He says at the hospital where he works, “if all the lesbians –officer and enlisted – were taken off in handcuffs, the place would have to shut down.”
The source says cases such as the one at Iwakuni M.C.A.S. are “symptomatic” of how far the Navy (and for that matter, the Marine Corps) have fallen in following “the politics of preferential treatment.”
A FAMILY DESTROYED BY A LESBIAN AFFAIR
“Mommy, please don’t go!” pleaded the little 4 year-old girl, desperately wrapping her arms around her mother’s leg and pleading that the LCDR stay home with her family.
But all the lust-crazed lesbian could think of was to get to her enlisted Marine lover.
“She peeled off our daughter’s fingers and shoved her aside as she darted for the door,” the LCDR’s (now legally separated) husband told MilitaryCorruption.com.
He told us how he and his wife had argued in the bedroom over her frequent absences from their home and her neglect of her five small children – ages two to ten – who often cried and couldn’t understand why their mom had so little time for them.
“I tried to keep my voice down,” he said, “but our daughter heard the argument and came into the room. She could see my wife was already out of uniform and in civvies, ready to leave the house. And she panicked.”
The estranged husband, whose efforts to get help to save his marriage were ignored by the brass at Iwakuni, said the LCDR was so frantic to go see her girlfriend, she was totally oblivious to her young daughter’s tearful pleas to “stay home.”
The ex-Marine NCO told MilitaryCorruption.com that his wife’s ability to openly carry on an affair – even to the extent of driving to the corporal’s quarters on base and climbing in the window to spend the night with her lesbian lover – traumatized his children and destroyed his marriage.
“If the Navy and Marine Corps had not ignored what was happening, maybe my wife and I could have gotten counseling and our marriage saved. But now that is too late.”
The husband says his wife has threatened to come back to the States at the end of her duty tour and fight for custody of the children in court.
“She said she planned to live with her lover [once she left the Marine Corps] and raise our kids in a lesbian household. I love my children very much and I intend to do everything I can, within the law, to make sure that doesn’t happen.”
(EDITOR’S NOTE: To any female military personnel who have been punished, busted in rank, dishonorably discharged or sent to prison for alleged lesbian activity and feel you have been unfairly treated in light of the “free pass” given to the Navy LCDR we have written about in the article above, please contact us at once. Thank you.)
“LOVE NEST” AT IWAKUNI M.C.A.S.