Posted on Jan 5, 2014
CW2 Joseph Evans
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Is it being handled correctly? Is final outcome going to represent justice, an example or a continuation of preferential treatment?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/04/jeffrey-sinclair-sex-crimes_n_4541533.html?ncid=txtlnkushpmg00000037
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SHARP incidences at any level are a catastrophe for any Command, but at his level, its a catastrophe for the Army.  I think it will be handled properly considering all the HEAT that SHARP related incidents are bringing about.  Not every time, of course, do things turn out the way some would hope, but I think because he's admitted his portion and the lineup of women coming, justice should prevail.

I feel sorry for the family as they have to endure this trial, but I know he's glad his wife is still in his corner.

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CW2 Joseph Evans
CW2 Joseph Evans
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I do hope that the publicity this has garnered will cause it to be handled with all proper care and diligence. The admissions made to date, I think, go a long way towards that goal.
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We could say all day that its a witch hunt but just because he was a General doesnt mean he is not guilty. Because of his rank though he will get treated differently then if one of my Soldiers was accused.
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CW2 Joseph Evans
CW2 Joseph Evans
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Thank you for your honest, and unfortunately, probably accurate assessment.
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SFC James Baber
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Edited 8 y ago

Not saying I condone what he has done, he needs to pay the consequences of actions, but I also feel he is being scapegoated by the current administration and Congress for them to say they are doing something to reduce to problems.


In my personal opinion it is not going to change anything for the overall problem, all it is really going to do is ruin a lot of family members lives on both sides of the case.

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