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Wow it must be nice to be in the elite group and not have to follow laws and be punished.
Its over and Obama got what he wanted when Paetrus would go along with Benghazi coverup. He embarrassed the general and got him to resign as punishment for not lying.
Let's ccccc, You Bring Down A Retired Top General and Cause Him To Resign The TOP Security Post In The USA Just Because You're A Jealous Bimbo........Annnd Noooo Repercussions ....
Shame Shame, Shame On Our Justice System....
The story does not end here. LTC Paula Broadwell is still a member of the U.S. Army Reserve and is being investigated for having taken classified information home with her. If these allegations are true, she could lose her security clearance. Maintaining at least a SECRET security clearance is a requirement to retain a commission, loss means separation from the military. At present she has 17 years of creditable service for retirement but would obviously not be able to reach the 20 year mark required for a Reserve Component retirement. This could still cost her dearly.
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