Skip to comments.US General Removed After NKorea Espionage Remarks
Posted on 06/06/2012 11:05:05 PM PDT by QT3.14
The commander of U.S. Special Forces in South Korea has been replaced, reportedly for saying U.S. and South Korean troops were parachuting into North Korea to spy.
The statement reported by a Japanese magazine was denied Tuesday by U.S. and South Korean officials.
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I thought the official line was that he was misquoted. Now the Pentagon, through this action, confirms what he said. Meanwhile the White Hut leaks like a sieve.
WTF? I heard it was a plausible war scenario he was lecturing about, not an actual mission. I don’t believe he was relieved unless there’s much, much more to this story.
This is how the left works. They take what you say and turn it against you. This probably came from the WH.
When you reach for the stars in the military any kind of stink like this is probably a career ending event. I don’t know the circumstances or whole story, but I am not surprised.
Ubama and his scumbag White House will come up with any excuse to dismiss commanders who they believe are not fully on board with the sodomization and feminization of the US military. That’s the first thing that springs to mind whenever any officer is relieved of his command.
Pray for America.
Maybe his nose wasn’t brown enough.
It’s hard to imagine any loyal American, particularly one in uniform, saying such a compromising thing. There more here somewhere.
I know BG Tolley from years back when we were Captains together in Special Forces and he is a top notch guy and a patriot. For those inclined to run their mouths in mindless speculation, please consider that. He deserves far better than some in the media are giving.
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