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originally posted by: vinifalou
a reply to: PokeyJoe
Can you post the print of the tweet please?
Can't access the link right now.
originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: vinifalou
Where are you at where you can access ATS and QMap, but not Twitter??
A U.S. Air Force brigadier general has been forced to retire without a promotion after an investigation substantiated several incidents of misconduct during his career. Brig. Gen. Paul W. Tibbets IV, will not receive his second star and will begin terminal leave next month after the investigation determined he made inappropriate comments to fellow airmen, and used a government vehicle for personal reasons, among other claims, the Air Force confirmed Thursday.
The U.S. Air Force has reached a plea deal with a former mobility wing commander previously charged with sexual assault, maltreatment and cruelty, among other offenses.
An Italy-based Navy commander was fired last week after his leadership and integrity were called into question following an inspector general complaint. Cmdr. Jesus Cordero, commanding officer of Naval Computer and Telecommunications Station Sicily, was removed from his post Sept. 27, according to Navy officials. Cordero was relieved by Vice Adm. Timothy "T.J." White, head of Fleet Cyber Command and U.S. 10th Fleet.
Nelson is the sixth member of the Navy -- and only officer -- to face charges for alleged crimes during a similar time period in Bahrain. Several of the lieutenant commander's charges constituted conduct unbecoming an officer and brought discredit upon the armed forces, the charge sheet states. The other five sailors charged with a string of crimes are Chief Operations Specialist Jayson Waitman Grant, Chief Logistics Specialist Calvin Halfacre, Chief Logistics Specialist Earl Anthony McLaughlin, Gunner's Mate 2nd Class Jihad Hobeson Littlejohn and Quartermaster 3rd Class Kenneth Olaya. All are currently awaiting court-martial.
originally posted by: MetalThunder
Strange times .... maybe related seeing the President of Interpol go missing is very noteworthy imo
Inter pol chief missing: French police launch investigation into President Meng Hongwei's disappearance
French police have reportedly launched an investigation into the disappearance of Interpol's president. Meng Hongwei, a Chinese government minister, was reported missing after travelling to his native country last week. The 64-year-old lives in Lyon with his wife and children, who have not heard from him since he left for China on 29 September, according to reports.
originally posted by: Mike Stivic
a reply to: dashen
Didn't Q predict this? I'm pretty sure he did last week with a vote count, scrolling back through the pages and I can't find it
originally posted by: FlyingFox
originally posted by: pheonix358
Once you get taken to GITMO, your Bill of Rights no longer protects you because you are not on US soil in the legal sense. If you checked, GITMO is a military base.
Actually, your Constitutional rights follow you outside of the country. This is long-settled case law.