ARMY HONORED RETIRED GENERAL WITH TOP
MEDAL WHILE KNOWING HE HAD COMMITTED
ADULTERY SEVERAL TIMES AND FATHERED SON
OUT OF WEDLOCK - IS THIS ANOTHER CASE OF
"DIFFERENT SPANKS FOR DIFFERENT RANKS?"
BRIG GEN TONY TATA IS 1981 USMA GRADUATE

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It looks like David Petraeus isn't the only retired Army general to get away with adultery.
Another flag officer who retired received a top medal when he put in his papers, despite the fact investigators had established he had several affairs while married and fathered a son out-of-wedlock.

Brigadier GEN Anthony "Tony" Tata, up until recently North Carolina's Dept. of Transportation secretary, not only escaped punishment for his misconduct, but the Pentagon gave this West Point "ring knocker" (Class of 1981) the Distinguished Service Medal when he packed it in after 28 years in Army Green.

Reminds us of the old adage DIFFERENT SPANKS FOR DIFFERENT RANKS. An enlisted member or junior officer would have been hammered for what the general got away with.

Jeffrey Sinclair was an exception (see related stores box below), but he was "politically incorrect" and an asshole to boot, unpopular with his fellow generals, so he was reduced to lieutenant colonel. He escaped conviction for "rape" (his accuser was caught lying time and again on the witness stand) and got to keep at least part of his pension.

ANOTHER DOUBLE-STANDARD OF JUSTICE

Tata had lots of pals in high places and they protected him. According to documents obtained by the Raleigh NEWS & OBSERVER, Tata's first documented instance of adultery was back when he was a captain in 1985.

By 1993, the high-ranking officer had fathered a child with a woman not his wife.

Do you think the general might have to face the same rules that lower ranks do in such a situation? Yeah, right.

Army regulations read that one can only retire in the same grade they last "satisfactorily" served in. Which means Tony T. could' conceivably have been busted all the way back to first lieutenant. But "not to worry" for the plugged-in brass hat.

His nearly $8000 a month retirement check is safe. The Army's double-standard of justice when it comes to flag officers and adultery continues on. Like one of the "perks" of the job.

 

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GEN. SINCLAIR DODGES BULLET - JUDGE ISSUES
$20K FINE AND REPRIMAND BUT NO PRISON TIME
FORMER PARATROOP COMMANDER REMAINS IN
ARMY - ACCUSER'S LACK OF CREDIBILITY KEY TO
RESULT - "LITTLE BO PEEP" PERJURED HERSELF
ON WITNESS STAND - UNDERCUT PENTAGON'S
DESIRE TO SEND SINCLAIR TO THE D.B.

FLASH NEWS

GENERAL SINCLAIR BUSTED TWO RANKS - WILL
RETIRE AS LTC - HARD HIT IN WALLET - "LOVER-
BOY" ALREADY RECEIVED REPRIMAND AND $20K
FINE - NO PUNISHMENT FOR HIS CAPTAIN
MISTRESS - WILL PENTAGON STILL PROMOTE
HER TO MAJOR? - TOP BRASS TRIED TO USE HER
TO SEND SINCLAIR TO DB ON "RAPE" CHARGE