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More High-Ranking Officers Being Charged With Sex Crimes

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posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 12:18 AM
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Linkypoo

Just look at this nasty little perv.

You know he wants to do 'things' ... with your children. Nasty things. Dude was all into the butt-seckz ... boyz and girlz ... scene. Nasty!!

The real problem is these people have established an entire system to support 'them' getting away with it. There's an entire 'other system' out there we need to be asking about ... e.g. why isn't it in overdrive? ... called courts martial, and leading to Leavenworth.

Time ... after time ... after time ... these dirtbags are let off the hook. It's the person doing the catch and release that I'm the most interested in. These dirtbags are Officers. They should be summarily executed for a short period to set an example for anyone else seeking a commission with the armed forces of the U.S.




posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 12:30 AM
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When it comes to things like this, you always have to wonder what it's really about, though. I'm not saying it doesn't happen or that the people are innocent but it seems like it would be a very effective way to scare people into staying in line and not blowing whistles, if ya know what I mean.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 12:33 AM
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a reply to: BrianFlanders

That's exactly what these senior officers expect. Sadly, they usually get exactly that. There are no 'specific' charges the top dogs have to defend themselves from. They are protected by the courts even. Totally shameful.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 02:45 AM
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originally posted by: Snarl
Linkypoo

Just look at this nasty little perv.

You know he wants to do 'things' ... with your children. Nasty things. Dude was all into the butt-seckz ... boyz and girlz ... scene. Nasty!!

The real problem is these people have established an entire system to support 'them' getting away with it. There's an entire 'other system' out there we need to be asking about ... e.g. why isn't it in overdrive? ... called courts martial, and leading to Leavenworth.

Time ... after time ... after time ... these dirtbags are let off the hook. It's the person doing the catch and release that I'm the most interested in. These dirtbags are Officers. They should be summarily executed for a short period to set an example for anyone else seeking a commission with the armed forces of the U.S.



Sorry mate, I think there is some stuff you may not aware of.

If you watch videos by Cathy O'Brian I think her name is, she will tell you about the things her husband who was a Colonel, I think, did in order to get to be Colonel. He then had to keep doing them in order to say 'in' with those who would destroy him and his career if you refused to continue. In the end, what he was doing caused him to suicide.

You see, they get these people involved in initiation ceremony's in order to get promoted, at each rank the things they have to do get a just a little bit worse. Eventually they get blackmailed because its all filmed, to keep them doing it. TPTB make them keep doing it so they can control them and be certain about obedience and loyalty.

According to the wife of this bloke, this is how the PTB control everybody who is anyone at the top end of society.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 06:47 AM
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It's possible they could be targeted because they're in high standing. It's also possible because they're guilty. Power does corrupt those in authority. Ban authority, maybe the problem will go away



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 09:09 AM
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Great spin into the conspiracy aspects of what's going down here. If half of what Cathy O'Brien says is true ... Too bad all attention gets focused onto the half normal people conclude is whacko ... without considering why she's relating it at all.


originally posted by: Azureblue

If you watch videos by Cathy O'Brien

One of the shortest vids I could find.



You see, they get these people involved in initiation ceremony's in order to get promoted, at each rank the things they have to do get a just a little bit worse. Eventually they get blackmailed because its all filmed, to keep them doing it. TPTB make them keep doing it so they can control them and be certain about obedience and loyalty.


I believe it's a bit more subtle. These people are watched from the very beginnings of their careers. The scale and scope is flabbergasting. It doesn't take an analyst much time at all to begin filtering information and separating out people who are susceptible to coercion and suggestion.

I think it's this group that is funneled into positions where they can influence large chunks of the DoD's budget. Once they're good and soaked, the man behind the curtain starts whispering instructions sure to be followed. This is where what you said starts.

Look at the head-fake in this story on the subject: Link


We do know that the alleged cause for the action is being labeled "misconduct." On a ship at sea? That pretty much lets out womanizing, which is usualy done in port. It could be the bottle, or something worse, but we'll have to wait and see if the Navy wants to expand upon what little they have already released.

The 46 year-old Navy captain is a 1991 graduate of the Naval Academy and assumed command of the Anzio in November 2014. Prior to coming aboard the ship, Sorenson was skipper of the destroyer Mitscher and deputy commander of Destroyer Squadron 26.

Sorenson is the third Navy commanding officer to be relieved since August 18. On that date, LT CMDR Alisha Hamilton was fired as C.O. of a patrol craft for "inappropriate behavior." Three days later, CMDR Patrick Foster walked the plank as skipper of the destroyer Barry.


Four (eventually) commanding officers relieved inside of a month. Unheard of!! But ... who's dropping dimes??



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 09:42 AM
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originally posted by: Snarl
Linkypoo

Just look at this nasty little perv.

You know he wants to do 'things' ... with your children. Nasty things. Dude was all into the butt-seckz ... boyz and girlz ... scene. Nasty!!

The real problem is these people have established an entire system to support 'them' getting away with it. There's an entire 'other system' out there we need to be asking about ... e.g. why isn't it in overdrive? ... called courts martial, and leading to Leavenworth.

Time ... after time ... after time ... these dirtbags are let off the hook. It's the person doing the catch and release that I'm the most interested in. These dirtbags are Officers. They should be summarily executed for a short period to set an example for anyone else seeking a commission with the armed forces of the U.S.


As one of the 3100+ Navy Captains on active duty, this person will be tried in a military court and will suffer the consequences of whatever misconduct can be proved. He may spend time in a prison or just be bounced out with loss of all benefits, depending on the gravity of his crimes. If he is convicted and sent to prison, he is a Brig Rat. All Brig Rats have equal status; none. O-6's and E-1's all spend time in the same prison. The guards are not friendly and do not like the prisoners because those prisoners brought dishonor on themselves and their service. Life is not good there.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 09:55 AM
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a reply to: pteridine

Question then: Does this arrest seem political or are ya saying all misdeeds will be revealed during trial? It seems as if the armed forces have relieved more people of their duty than normal, during obama's administration.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 10:07 AM
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originally posted by: cenpuppie
a reply to: pteridine

Question then: Does this arrest seem political or are ya saying all misdeeds will be revealed during trial? It seems as if the armed forces have relieved more people of their duty than normal, during obama's administration.


This is hardly a political arrest. He must have done something pretty egregious to be charged and his fellow Naval officers do not look kindly on this as it reflects on them, also. New policies put in place by the Pentagon may have a lot to do with this as do chances for making mistakes during the several Bush wars. Firing at the wrong targets, running ships aground, women in combat zones, loads of cash flowing around, and other situations in combat zones lead to more opportunity to screw up in the public eye and get oneself court marshalled. I think Obama is busy elsewhere and has little to do with the military.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 10:12 AM
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There are several organizations who protect officers from disgrace to the best of their ability, some more influential than others. When a high ranking officer is caught, depending on what he was caught doing, favors are called in, and strings are pulled.

en.m.wikipedia.org...



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 12:12 PM
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originally posted by: Zaphod58
favors are called in, and strings are pulled.

I understand when the services adopt face-saving measures. But when a criminal goes unpunished ...

Where does it say a person is exempt from the full weight of the law due to commissioning?

I'd love to see a law passed that says: 1. If you call in a favor ... you will face a punishment of exactly double the maximum penalty for the crime. 2. If you pull a string ... you lose your citizenship and are immediately banished from the closest border location.

That'd make people think twice before ever entering such office. And well it should.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 01:19 PM
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a reply to: Snarl

The general thinking isn't so much protecting the individual as keeping the service from getting a black eye, which ultimately means the person gets protected as a side effect.

I'd love to see that too honestly. It pisses me off to see what these guys get away with.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 01:23 PM
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a reply to: Zaphod58

Fellow ring-knockers. Be it West Point, or Annapolis, or any of the other service academies.

There are offences that they won't over look. I imagine this is one of them, or so it is to be hoped.



posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 01:26 PM
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a reply to: seagull

Those are few and far between sadly.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 10:05 AM
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originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: seagull

Those are few and far between sadly.


They are not. Even knowingly hiding ["losing"] a report of a crime will get charges for obstruction of justice. This may result in a letter of reprimand and relief of duty, or a court martial with a bounce out, early retirement, or prison depending on the seriousness of the original crime and the obstruction charges sticking.
Where the ring knocker network comes in handy is after the fact with employment opportunity for lesser offenses that resulted in dismissal from the service or a career ending event [running a ship aground will end promotions] followed by retirement. Serious crimes, such as what was suggested that CAPT Sorenson was guilty of, would make him an outcast in the community and have him shunned by his fellows. No mercy.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 10:15 AM
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a reply to: pteridine

I've seen ring knockers get away with some things over the years. Things that should have landed them in jail, and they retire with full pension.



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 11:18 AM
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originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: pteridine

I've seen ring knockers get away with some things over the years. Things that should have landed them in jail, and they retire with full pension.


Sorenson's crime; propositioning a junior officer [female] under his command. Punishment: Separation from the service. It seems that the OP made some incorrect statements about Sorenson's offense.

www.navytimes.com...

"The commander of a multi-billion dollar American warship was fired on the eve of its Middle East deployment last year after a drunken night out with his subordinates led to allegations of sexual harassment, Navy Times has learned.

Capt. Brian Sorenson’s 25-year military career began to unravel Aug. 30, when he and several junior officers assigned to the cruiser Anzio attended a "wetting down" party at a bar in Yorktown, Virginia. He is accused of engaging in a highly inappropriate conversation with a woman who worked for him, allegedly propositioning her for sex in exchange for career advancement, according to a Navy investigation report obtained Thursday via the Freedom of Information Act.

The report also includes allegations from a female officer who told investigators that Sorenson grabbed her buttocks while they were in the bar. It is unclear if the complaint was made by the same woman or another, as the Navy's report is heavily redacted.

Last month, Sorenson was found guilty of violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice. An admiral has recommended the captain be separated from the service."



posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:06 PM
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originally posted by: pteridine
It seems that the OP made some incorrect statements about Sorenson's offense.

Nope. Just don't have a source. Naming names on ATS is a no-go. But, here's another one that gets closer to 'that' mark.

The 1991 Naval Academy graduate got into more trouble on the van ride from the local bar back to his ship. He reportedly asked the male driver if he "liked anal sex." When the 47 year-old commander sobered up, he called together his chiefs and 30 officers, in separate meetings, and urged them not to tell anything about his hijinks.

One officer told investigators he was incensed that Sorenson implied that it was partly his officers' fault that they "let him" get so drunk at the party. "He tried to blame part of his own misconduct on us," fumed a lieutenant.

Among the charges against the Annapolis ring-knocker are being drunk in public, keeping personal firearms aboard the Anzio, and indecent language.

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The Navy's being real careful. They know exactly what this guy was up to. What you're seeing in the MSM is how they're easing him out of the system. If the full extent of what these guys were up to was brought into the full light of day ... well ... Hillary's e-mails wouldn't be able to hold the media's interests.
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posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:22 PM
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a reply to: Snarl

We need to end the war on drugs and prostitution where its targeting consenting adults and create a war against sex offenders where there are real crimes and victims.

The sex trade and child abuse should be the only war we should be engaged on, too bad it likely would incriminate those at the top hence it will never happen.

The masses need to really get their head out of their @sses so we can fix our @ss backward system that we have in place.


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posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 04:34 PM
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originally posted by: Snarl

originally posted by: pteridine
It seems that the OP made some incorrect statements about Sorenson's offense.

Nope. Just don't have a source. Naming names on ATS is a no-go. But, here's another one that gets closer to 'that' mark.

The 1991 Naval Academy graduate got into more trouble on the van ride from the local bar back to his ship. He reportedly asked the male driver if he "liked anal sex." When the 47 year-old commander sobered up, he called together his chiefs and 30 officers, in separate meetings, and urged them not to tell anything about his hijinks.

One officer told investigators he was incensed that Sorenson implied that it was partly his officers' fault that they "let him" get so drunk at the party. "He tried to blame part of his own misconduct on us," fumed a lieutenant.

Among the charges against the Annapolis ring-knocker are being drunk in public, keeping personal firearms aboard the Anzio, and indecent language.

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The Navy's being real careful. They know exactly what this guy was up to. What you're seeing in the MSM is how they're easing him out of the system. If the full extent of what these guys were up to was brought into the full light of day ... well ... Hillary's e-mails wouldn't be able to hold the media's interests.


He sounds like a nasty drunk. He'll be gone soon enough.



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