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Who Benefits When Top Military Brass Fall

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 2:09 PM
Every year there are a few Col and Generals relieved for inappropriate behavior At least these were not for cases of people working for the Generals A few years ago the senior Command Sargeant Major of the Army was relieved for similar reasons No need for conspiracy theories , a sexual desire for woman being the downfall of strong powerful men and especially leaders is as old as king David and Samson I am NOT condoning bad judgement on their part and Petraeus let me down as he was a hero of mine but I don't by the links to a Stalin style purge
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...