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Who Benefits When Top Military Brass Fall

MadMaya Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 4:24 PM
The conflicting comments and opinions in response to this column underscore two things:1) The absolute need for an investigation of the Benghazi incident. There are too many conflicting stories floating around, and a lot of half-truths. 2) The deliberate attempts by the administration to hide the facts, muddy the waters of perception, and otherwise keep the American public as ignorant of the truth as possible. The whole think stinks to high heaven and needs to be sorted out. The juxtaposition of the removal of these officers to the incident in Benghazi is cause for suspicion.
Everyone is preoccupied with the events surrounding the juicy sex scandal involving now-former CIA Director David Petraeus to the point they may not have noticed a pattern -- a shake-down -- that is taking place in our military top brass, much like the one currently happening in Russia under President Vladimir Putin.

Curiously, the shake-down here in the U.S. began just after the September 11 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, begging the question: Who benefits when great military leaders like Petraeus fall?

According to ABC News on October 27, "In an unusual move" the Navy replaced Rear Adm. Charles...