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CW5 Edward "Tate" Jones Jr.
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Now how will the lame-stream press handle this? Any bets they will try to ignore it? Will there be any consequences to be paid by the individuals involved? This is an organizational admission only as far as I can tell. What about the individuals that perpetuated these crimes?
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Sgt Wayne Wood
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Retiring with full pensions
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CW5 Edward "Tate" Jones Jr.
CW5 Edward "Tate" Jones Jr.
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I guess them GOING AWAY is good for US, but then we still compromise the "we are a nation of LAWS" concept of "equal justice before the law." All-in-all, I am very disappointed in our government. Maybe disillusioned is a better description. :(
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Sgt Wayne Wood
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The rule of law went away long before either of us...
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LTC Orlando Illi
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Not a smidgen of corruption .....
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LTC Orlando Illi is there a statute of limitations regarding her behavior?
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LTC Orlando Illi
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SGT (Join to see) - I am not sure. The Justice Department would have to make that call
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No reason for religious groups to be tax-exempt either. If they want tax-exempt status then quit endorsing candidates from the pulpit. You can't have it both ways, and they have exploited their status for years as a tax haven to campaign from. There was a reason why Jesus cast out the money changers from the temples.
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You have a good point however that is not the current law is and as government officials they need follow the law. Changing the tax code is a different discussion.
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