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  • dollibug Feb 21, 5:41 p.m.

    Does this man think IF he has multiple attorneys....he will get a better deal.....perhaps this is right.....the more the merrier...

  • CuriousT Feb 21, 5:39 p.m.

    ". . .Nothing worse than a power hungry j**k, but the military will do as they usually do, let the higher brass get away with ANYTHING & punish the lower ranking to the fulliest!" - unpublished_1

    If getting away with something were the case, this would NEVER have seen the light of day. NO ONE would ever have known about this.

    No matter how this turns out, the fact that this information has come out to the general public is important. It shows that "the top brass" are taking these allegations seriously.

    Make no mistake about it, the General stands to lose EVERYTHING he's worked for in the military - reputation, retirement, pay, benefits (and for his wife) if he's convicted.

    Because women seem to have been the "whistleblowers" in this case, their careers are OVER. Any time it comes down to a he said/she said, even if the man is guilty, the woman involved will pay far more (reputation, pay, work opportunities) than he ever will.

  • Grand Union Feb 21, 12:54 p.m.

    " Remember, women have been taught by feminist groups for years, to use these kinds of allegations as a weapon."

    Really? Do you have a source for that claim? If anything surveys indicate women way under report crimes of this nature.

  • more cowbell Feb 21, 12:43 p.m.

    I hear Crystal Mangum just became available to defend the general. You go girl!

  • unpublished_1 Feb 21, 11:16 a.m.

    Another individual using his power for NEGATIVITY! It happens a lot & nobody stands up to them. If he's guilty, HE NEEDS TO BE PUNISHED TO THE MAXIUM!!! Nothing worse than a power hungry j**k, but the military will do as they usually do, let the higher brass get away with ANYTHING & punish the lower ranking to the fulliest!

  • superman Feb 21, 10:49 a.m.

    Whether he is guilty or not he needs to be relieved of his command. He didnt think far enough ahead of time to realize he was going to need his own civilian attorney. Surely he didnt think "all of this" was just going away. It is kinda hard to believe a person is innocent when there are several people involved.

  • ICTrue Feb 21, 10:25 a.m.

    I have no idea if this guy is guilty or innocent, let the court figure that out. But I wouldn't throw him under the jail yet. Remember, women have been taught by feminist groups for years, to use these kinds of allegations as a weapon. It is too bad for women in general that the high number of false claims water down the real cases.

  • ICTrue Feb 21, 10:22 a.m.

    Wouldn't he be kind of a fool not to have lawyers?

  • kermit60 Feb 21, 9:31 a.m.

    The money not the truth will set you free!

  • Uhavenoclu Feb 21, 8:53 a.m.

    Be proud of our mlitary boys y'all,praise the brave men who protect this country in another country,but let the rapists and terrorists who are homegrown and lurking in their mists run wild.

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