MILITARYCORRUPTION.COM GETS PENTAGON
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE TO ADMIT JILL METZGER
CURRENTLY "UNDER INVESTIGATION BY THE FBI"
AIR FORCE LT. COL ANN STEFANEK TRICKED
INTO BOMBSHELL REVELATION BY ONE OF OUR
TOP CI'S (CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS) - WHY
WOULD THE "G-MEN" BE PROBING PHONY
"KIDNAPPING" IN KYRGYZSTAN FOUR YEARS
LATER, UNLESS "NATIONAL SECURITY" AN
ISSUE? - RISKY FOR FBI TO AID AND ABET
A COVER-UP - SO DID 100% "DISABLED" JILL
HAVE ANY CONTACT WITH RUSSIANS AT KANT?
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Oh, to be a bug on the wall of arrogant, unctuous, obnoxious and thoroughly unpleasant Air Force flak, Lt. Col. Ann Stefanek, (see related stories box below), when she spills her cup of coffee reading this story and realizes she inadvertently let the cat out of the bag in the Jill Metzger cover-up.
One of our top C.I.'s (confidential informants) got stumbling Stefanek to spill the beans about a hitherto unknown fact - that FOUR YEARS after Maj. Jill Metzger's phony "kidnapping" in Kyrgyzstan, the FBI has an active, ongoing investigation of the former Air Force poster girl.
This cannot be good news for the pampered and protected one, or her "special friend," four-star Gen. Gary North. You see, the bloat-faced bully, "the most hated and feared general in the Air Force," we are told, has done back-flips to assist Metzger. Inquiring minds want to know WHY? Did Metzger "have something on him," as sources close to the scene speculate, and did Metzger escape court-martial and was "rewarded" with a lucrative 100% "disability" pension as "hush money" instead? We don't know. But it stinks to high heaven, and hundreds of thousands of Air Force rank-and-file want to know the truth.
AIR FORCE "WALL OF SILENCE" ON JILL METZGER CASE
So far their frustration and anger has been met by a wall of silence put up by the top brass. And the "mainstream media," perhaps fearful of being dubbed "politically incorrect" by writing things critical of a feminist icon and two-time winner of the Air Force Marathon, haven't pushed for answers like we have since September 2006. Worst offender of the bunch is Air Force TIMES. Their "coverage" of the case has been an embarrassment and disgrace. Other than some re-written press releases and a specious "interview" with Jill's "retired colonel daddy" where he regurgitated all the baloney about 89-pound Jill "overpowering" a guard at the kidnapper's hideout and then running barefoot thirty miles to freedom - they have avoided doing any real investigative journalism.
We doubt the G-Men would risk participating in a cover-up just to save the hide of a spoiled brat female major or her pal Gen. North, who hopes he can become the next Air Force chief-of staff. So, if the probe is legitimate - and we have no reason to believe, at least as of this moment, it is not - its safe then to say the Feds would not be involved at this late date unless "national security" was an issue.
There is the troubling fact that Metzger, wife of an OSI (Office of Special Investigations) officer was found at a farmhouse within sight of the Russian air base at Kant. Of course, if the petite major wanted to meet Russians, there are plenty of intelligence agents and ordinary citizens in Bishkek, for her to talk to. We earlier reported on these pages that an American intelligence officer at CENTCOM in Tampa, Fla. revealed to MCC that Metzger was indeed "a suspect" in such a scenario. But he said the Air Force could not prove anything and dropped the investigation. Perhaps the more-careful FBI has picked up where the "blue suits" left off.
FLAK'S OWN WORDS THROWN BACK IN HER FACE
Stefanek and her cronies at the Air Force PAO office have long stone-walled MilitaryCorruption.com when it comes to our queries about the teflon-coated Jill Metzger. But below, we are publishing her exact words to our C. I. when she slipped up and wrote:
"The FBI (under the Department of Justice) is investigating the Metzger case. Please refer all queries to the FBI.
"Air Force documents will not be available via FOIA until the case is completely closed by the FBI or any other investigation or review authority."
Well, there it is, boys and girls. In Stefanek's own words. So now, maybe, the mainstream media can pick up the phone and call the attorney general's office (boss of the FBI director), and ask a few pertinent questions. Then we just might see closure in this long-running cover-up.
Don't hold your breath waiting for final justice, but clearly, the "stonewall of silence" has started to crumble, and like it or not, MilitaryCorruption.com has scored yet another exclusive story.