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Petraeus’ Biographer Under FBI Investigation For ‘Improperly Trying to Access his Email”

asouthernbelle Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 8:52 AM
Am I wrong in that, as a RETIRED general, Mr. Petraeus is not subject to a UCMJ trial in this matter, that this indiscretion was "allegedly" discovered while the FBI was trying to find someone who was trying to hack his computer, and that if, as a private citizen, he could be subpoenaed and "spill his guts?" I cannot see a career military man knowingly allowing other military/government employees to be murdered on his watch, but he would understand the chain of command. Will he allow the sleeze masters to make it worse? Oh, this is foul. What pressure was put to bear? This makes me sick.

David Petraeus cited an ‘extramarital affair’ as the reason for resigning from his position as director of the CIA. A lot of questions are being thrown around tonight, however, about the timing of this bombshell after learning that he was supposed to testify before Congress next week on Benghazi. Is there a connection here or is it really about the affair? More from NBC on the latter:

Officials told The Associated Press that information about the affair surfaced over the course of an FBI probe. Meanwhile, law enforcement sources told NBC News that the FBI...