OSI AGENT WHO INVESTIGATED AIR FORCE
MARATHON WINNER AND "POSTER GIRL"
MAJ JILL METZGER REVEALS TO MCC
"THE WORD WENT OUT - LAY OFF HER - SHE'S
GOT SOMEBODY BIG (FLAG OFFICER OR OFFICERS)
BY THE BALLS" - OFFICIALS KNEW OF METZGER
BREAKDOWN AT MOODY AFB GYM - JILL CURLS UP
IN FETAL POSITION, CRIES HYSTERICALLY AND
ADMITS TO TWO AFFAIRS WHILE IN KYRGYZSTAN
PTSD "DISABILITY" PENSION PAYOFF - DID TOP
BRASS ENGAGE IN CONSPIRACY AND COVER-UP
TO KEEP "WELL-CONNECTED" JILL QUIET?
© 2008 MilitaryCorruption.com
It must be driving Gen. Dana Simmons and his gang at Air Force OSI (Office of Special Investigations) crazy to realize one of his agents - someone unlike him, with honor and integrity as well as a human conscience - has contacted MilitaryCorruption.com and "spilled the beans" to us about the infamous Maj. Jill Metzger cover-up.
The arrogant and obnoxious general (more about him in our Editor's Note at end of this article), plus fired and disgraced former USAF Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley and Jill "enabler" and equally odious individual, Gen. Gary North, will have a lot of explaining to do to a Congressional investigating committee once word gets out of how many millions of taxpayer dollars were wasted in this fiasco and deceitful cover-up.
"We were sent on a wild goose chase. Her ridiculous story of being kidnapped was a lie," said the OSI investigator.
SPECIAL TREATMENT FOR THE PAMPERED AND PROTECTED
AIR FORCE "POSTER GIRL"
Jill's "kid-gloves" treatment - anyone else who wasn't a two-time winner of the Air Force Marathon, daughter of a retired colonel with high-placed connections, and married to a husband in the feared OSI - would have faced court-martial for going AWOL, making a false official statement, disobeying a direct order (regarding travel off base), adultery, fraternization (you can't get pregnant by yourself), and conduct unbecoming an officer.
Has the Air Force reached such a low point, that this "celebrity" not only escapes punishment or any responsibility for her actions, but is actually "rewarded" with a lucrative PTSD "disability" pension instead? Is it true that she was able to dictate her terms for quietly going out the back door? Metzger only had twelve years of active duty, far less than required to receive a military retirement. But could the compromised top brass have conspired to "pay her off" for silence by arranging a monetary bonanza that would equal what a 20-year field grade officer would be eligible for?
Don't wait for the lap-dogs at Air Force TIMES, chief among them, abrasive and "politically correct" editor Kent Miller, to have the intestinal fortitude to ask. They are too busy "sucking up" to the Pentagon. And most of the "mainstream media" are too lazy or indifferent to care.
MilitaryCorruption.com spends two years and a small fortune following up on this story, chasing down every lead, never letting go. And when the Pentagon "pulls the plug" on us and shuts down our two million hit-a-month web site for several days last week, one of the top editors at the TIMES says they won't report it. Next time you plunk down $2.95 in the PX for that paper, remember, when it comes to the Metzger case, you will get only the "official" version or none at all
AN OSI AGENT WHO WORKED METZGER CASE BLOWS LID OFF COVER-UP
Let us return in this second installment of the Metzger story to our OSI source, whom we will refer to here as THE INSIDER. Read what (she/he) has to say about one of the most shameful scandals in the history of the United States Air Force.
(INSIDER) -- She (Jill Metzger) was absolutely bulletproof. The local police (in Kyrgyzstan) couldn't understand it - why she wasn't being punished.
(MCC) -- What was their reaction when the Air Force whisked Jill out of the country from right under their noses after she'd accused the nation of harboring thugs who would kidnap American female military officers?
(INSIDER) -- Anger and amazement. They didn't believe her from the start. The story was so full of holes, you'd have thought a child made it up. It was pretty obvious from the beginning that Maj. Metzger was lying.
(MCC) -- Did you investigators in OSI feel any pressure from above to follow a certain line or "look the other way?"
(INSIDER) -- It was subtle, but it was there. We literally spent months [at least 24 OSI agents were flown into Manas AFB at different times to investigate the "kidnapping"] running down leads, canvassing areas of Bishkek, apartment houses, the bus station, there must have been millions of dollars spent on this case before it wrapped up. And when it did, we had nothing. Not one claim by Maj. Metzger could be proven. No "abductors" were ever found.
(MCC) -- And isn't it also telling that no ransom demands were ever made, no motive established, no group ever claimed responsibility for the snatch, if that is actually what happened?
(INSIDER) -- Right, and we discovered something very interesting when going through her possessions in her quarters [MCC has photographs of Building 340, a tan and metal structure that housed both officer and enlisted females during the period from March to September 2006] that indicated further her story was phony.
(MCC) -- What was that?
(INSIDER) -- Among her things was a magazine, I forget the title now, but it dealt with stories of people who had performed great feats of heroism, who had overcome tremendous odds.
(MCC) -- Do you think that might have given her some ideas for her frankly fantastic tales of "derring-do?" [an 87 pound woman sings the Air Force Hymn in her cell in the third day of "captivity," overpowering a supposedly armed guard by doing a Monica Lewinsky imitation and running barefoot 30 miles to a house in Kant where she could call for help]?
(INSIDER) -- I wouldn't be surprised. But there was something else we found that baffles me to this day."
(MCC) - What's that?
(INSIDER) -- Geography coordinates for a city in Kazakhstan, right across the border from Kyrgyzstan.
(MCC) -- Do you think she was planning on leaving the country or just knew someone up there?
(INSIDER) -- Frankly, I don't know. We never could figure that out, and she wasn't talking. By the time she got to Germany and later at Moody (where she failed a polygraph test), she clammed up tight and complained she "couldn't remember" a lot of stuff because she was so "stressed."
"THE WORD WENT OUT - LAY OFF HER -
SHE'S GOT SOMEBODY BIG BY THE BALLS"
(MCC) -- Then Metzger was getting special treatment from the start?
(INSIDER) -- The word went out to lay off her, she's got somebody big (a general or generals) by the balls.
(MCC) -- Tell us about the nervous breakdown at Moody AFB, when she lost it while on the treadmill in the gym.
(INSIDER) -- Right. We heard not long after she got back to Moody she was exercising in the base gym on the treadmill.
Anyway, Maj. Metzger was talking to someone standing nearby when she had like, a psychotic episode, a breakdown, if you will, and went into a fetal position on the floor. She was crying hysterically, and during the incident, witnesses heard her say she'd had two affairs while deployed to Manas.
(MCC) - My God! Didn't that right then and there shoot down her false story of kidnapping? Why would the brass continue to protect and cover-up for her?
(INSIDER) -- Like I said. She had just incredible connections, and no one was going to do or say anything that could get them slammed by the Command.
MORE POWERFUL THAN THE BASE COMMANDER AT MOODY AFB GEORGIA
We are going to divert away from our interview with an OSI agent who worked the Metzger case both here and in Kyrgyzstan in order to provide you with a few details of the pampered treatment Jill got while stationed in Georgia.
First of all, she basically had a no-work job. A female officer and "minder" was flown in from the Pentagon to keep lesser mortals away from the "celebrity officer" and one time, noses got out of joint in the pharmacy when a colonel accompanied Metzger to the head of the line and made the lower ranks wait longer to get their own prescriptions.
On occasions when Metzger would go off base, even her escorts couldn't keep her from being berated at a local Wal-Mart by a service wife who recognized the diminutive major from her photo on TV.
"You're a disgrace to the Air Force!" shrieked the angry dependant, as Jill and her handlers ducked into another aisle. One can imagine the near heart-attack the woman's husband had when his wife told him who it was she'd hollered at.
"We were ordered not to speak to her unless spoken to, and avoid talking about her, especially to the press," an admin master sergeant told a MilitaryCorruption.com reporter. "Everyone knew to stay away - to keep out of trouble."
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Coming in our next and final installment, a call for courts-martial for those involved in the cover-up and an investigation into possible pension fraud. We will go into the tremendous cost to taxpayers for what our OSI agent source earlier described as "a wild goose chase." We'll be asking questions about the UCMJ and why Metzger was afforded a different standard of justice than everyone else in the Air Force.
As for Gen. Simmons, we were not amused at the ham-fisted attempt to shut down our web site. Hacking is a federal crime. If you or any of your pals thought we might be intimidated, think again. In fact, you had better call off your dogs right now. We know you are trying to hunt down our source. If so much as a hair on that person's head is harmed, MilitaryCorruption.com will have to write about that female OSI agent in Great Britain (initials S. G.) who had an affair that we are told you covered up in 2002. She is now a full colonel and you a brigadier general. That can change, as in retirement or resignation. So don't push us. If you do, we will hammer you so hard you'll think your head is attached to a pile driver. We do not fear you, general. Appropriate security measures have been taken out here, so BACK OFF, if you know what's good for you.
P.S. -- Just to rub your nose in it, about that OSI report you made sure to keep under wraps. Well, we know about the TCN driver in the white van that followed Metzger's bus off the base on Sept 5th; the significant cash withdrawals Jill made just prior to her "kidnapping;" and everything that was on those films from the security cameras in the Bishkek department store that day.]
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