Great news. Now maybe some of the other bogus charges will be dropped for our other heroes. How about changing the rules of engagement as soon as you can before we loose more of our military.
It’s been a month since the November elections, and the left has just gone apoplectic. I was reading where Trump is being blamed for folks gaining weight. There are some who are cutting their hair. And we all know about the despondency that’s led to calls for more safe spaces, binky toys and hot cocoa. Now, just imagine if Hillary Clinton had won and the response to her victory was the same…yep, “Katy bar the door.” The good thing is that the arrogance of one Barack Obama has taken two torpedoes broadside, regardless of his ranting about “crude nationalism” and Fox News. And imagine, President Obama saying on CNN that he was caught off guard by ISIS, that it was not on his intelligence radar screen? Damn, does this guy take responsibility for anything?
Well, who cares, Donald Trump won…the Chicago Cubs won the World Series…and maybe, just maybe, Army might upset Navy this Saturday!
And I want to share with y’all some more good news. As reported by the Marine Corps Times, A federal judge has overturned a Marine Corps decision to discharge Marine Maj. Jason Brezler, who was accused of mishandling classified information after he warned Marines in Afghanistan about an Afghan police chief days before a deadly insider attack in August 2012.
A board of inquiry recommended in December 2013 that Brezler be discharged for using his personal email account to send classified information to Marines in Afghanistan about an Afghan police chief accused of sexually assaulting young boys. Brezler was also accused of taking classified documents home from Afghanistan so he could write a book.
But Brezler filed a lawsuit contesting the Marines’ decision, claiming the Corps wrongfully retaliated against him for contacting Capitol Hill about his concerns.
On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Joseph Bianco in New York ruled that the government had not granted Brezler full access to records related to his claim. Brezler was referred to the board of inquiry, which adjudicates claims of officer misconduct, after a story published in Marine Corps Times reported that Brezler asked for help from Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y.
“For example, if communications prior to the Marine Corps Times article indicate that the Navy did not contemplate a BOI [board of inquiry], or indicate an affirmative decision not to initiate a BOI, such communications would be highly relevant to Major Brezler’s claim that the BOI was retaliatory,” Bianco wrote in Tuesday’s decision.
Brezler will remain in the Marine Corps and Bianco ordered the Navy to hold a new board of inquiry hearing, at which Brezler could “fully and fairly present relevant evidence” to support his claims of retaliation.
“This is a stunning rebuke of the fundamentally unjust proceedings to which this decorated Marine was subjected for over three years,” Brezler’s attorney Michael Bowe said in a statement on Tuesday.
We shared with you the story of Marine Corps Major Brezler and the sad results of the failure to adhere to his warnings. Several Marines were fatally gunned down on the FOB (forward operating base), while they worked out in the gym.
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