Posted on Aug 12, 2015
SSgt Khanh Pham
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The scenario:
1. SSgt Khanh Pham honorably discharged from US Air Force after 11 years.

2. SSgt Khanh Pham was (secretly) accused of plotting to overthrow US government. Trying to flee to China.

Based on my understanding of duty, you have to do something when you see that it is wrong.

Under what circumbstance would you honorably discharge a member from military service with plotting to overthrow the US government? Either SSgt Khanh Pham will have to go to jail or be executed. Or his crazy commanders and their conspiracy have to go to jail or be executed.

Guess which US Codes was violated in this scenario?
Dont be too harsh on yourself:
FBI failed their part
State Department Failed their part
Senator Bill Posey
Senator Bill Nelson
Sentors from Cali
White House
Local police
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SSgt Khanh Pham
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As you all can see, The challenge of upholding your oath is not so easy. None have stood up and answered the call of duty to do what they promised to do. to defend with their life the Constitution and what it stand for. The lack of response should be a clear indicator of our national security strength. Avoiding duty.

18 U.S. Code § 2384 - Seditious conspiracy
When someone target a government official, it is considered treason.
There are many things you as an individual could have done. public information available, FOIA, OSI, congress, senate, white house, etc to include contacting CIA, FBI.

"I dont know the facts" so I will do nothing indicate a lack of courage. AS the situation presented a risk. A very big risk to national security. The masses walks away. Currently very few people with true courage are among us. While we cannot really blame others for being less courageous, we can look at ourself decide if we will be with courage or be without.

For a country to be safe and secure, its defenders must seek out and destroy all enemies. Which the US is currently at risk from every level. From the street to capitol hill, courage is lacking, and integrity is worth no more than a favorable performance rating. The rules are irrelevant really. You either protect and defend your country, or you dont. Everything else are excuses.

There was a vet that broke the window of a woman, because she left her baby in the car. He had to pay for the damage, however, he was adament that he will do it again. That is true courage. THe courage to do what is right, or what he believes in. Also, the courage to pay for his actions. He make zero excuses for what he believed in and why he acted as well as how he acted.
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Capt Mark Strobl
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Hmmm... Well, first I'd have to think the nature of the discharge was accurate and reflective of the member's service. For the discussion, I'll assume that SSgt Khanh Pham did nothing while on duty, and in the line of duty, to blemish his record. Otherwise, if the service member was under suspicion of conspiracy (or whatever), there should have been a "legal hold" on said member's separation. Either the suspect is cleared or arraigned --prior to issuing a DD-214. If the charges are filed ex-post-facto of the dried-ink discharge papers, the characterization of this discharge stands independent of future charges/convictions.

By the way SSgt Khanh Pham , the shopping is best in Kowloon!
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Edited >1 y ago
To answer the question: "Yes"
I really think we need more "facts"
Very interesting.

If this is all the info available...Good Bye, SSgt Khanh Pham
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