Skip to comments.Petraeus helps whistleblower's unstable twin in nasty custody fight
Posted on 11/13/2012 6:31:23 AM PST by RummyChick
Gen. David Petraeus sure loved helping his lady friends.
While he was director of the CIA, Petraeus wrote a letter supporting the child-custody fight of the psychologically unstable twin sister of his close friend Jill Kelley whose bombshell claims of being threatened by his lover led to the top spys resignation last week, sources told The Post.
The four-star generals letter to the court written in the past two months supported a motion to overturn a ruling made nearly a year earlier by a judge who resoundingly denied custody to Kelleys sister, Natalie Khawam, because of serious reservations about her honesty and mental stability, court records show.
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The administration kept this under wraps so THEY could blackmail Petraeus. It just blew up in their faces.
Will the Libyans please throw a goat into this story to confuse matters more.
In the early 2000’s, Grayson was a staffer for former Rep. James E. Rogan (R-CA).
In 2011, WND Books published Rogan’s second memoir, Catching Our Flag: Behind the Scenes of a Presidential Impeachment. Based on Rogan’s more than three feet of behind the scenes contemporaneous notes and diaries, he opened this archive for both modern readers and for history by penning the ultimate insiders story on what led a very reluctant House of Representatives to impeach a then-very popular American president. At the time of publication, Rogan revealed that, from his first day on the House Judiciary Committee, he knew if the scandal ever led to impeachment proceedings, future accounts would suffer from faulty memories or faulty motives. To combat the threat of factual or historical error, Rogan kept copious notes during every significant meeting relating to impeachment from his first day on the Committee. He said he did this so there would be a complete and accurate historical chronicle - - the best evidence - - of what really happened behind the scenes in the unfolding drama.
So Natalie Khawam was married to Grayson Wolfe whose bio is a little interesting. I guess the General should have stayed away from spookville. Ugh.
Where is Austin Powers when you need him?
LOL! I think you just did, GF!
Hey, catch my post 25. Is Rogan working on another book?
(Couldn’t be related to those 20,000-30,000 email pages ... or is it hundreds.)
When did she get divorced? The only pictures I have seen in the yellow dress show a wedding ring.
I really don’t know much about Petraeus.
But I do know some about Spookville.
My big unanswered question is: Why the Panetta Switch last year.
Was it because he was controllable via blackmail and Jarrett had a plan?
Very interesting info. How long did Wolfe work for Rogan and when did he marry Natalie Khawam?
Yellow Dress girl is Jill.
Natalie, the bankrupt sister, living with Jill is the ex wife of the Bush appointee.
Jill and Natalie definitely will get their own reality tv show (apparently they were already on one episode of a cooking show).
They have the Kardashian look with far more exciting lives, LOL.
File this under things for which we will ever have answers:
Aside from her relationship with Petraeus, was Broadwell part of Spookville?
WAPO got it wrong:
WaPo correction=> RT @bungdan: “20,000 pages of documents that may contain emails between Kelley and Allen.” Big difference.
Broadwell said Petraeus was not happy about not being promoted to the Joint Chiefs and that he asked for the CIA job. That was on the U. of Denver speech. I may have misunderstood what she said.
Does anyone know why Paula was wearing a military outfit in the picture Rove tweeted back in June?
As we speak, Oliver Stone is tying up the movie rights to this fiasco which will whitewash Obama’s role. This is already starting to look bigger than Whitewater. All we need is some patriotic American to put the finger on Obama, hopefully before that patriotic American is silenced.
You have to wonder what is currently going on inside of Petraeus’ head. An entire career in service of his county going down the tubes because of an indiscretion. His only hope of saving his legacy is if he remembers that his duty to country comes first and he comes clean on the entire Benghazi escapade. Something just doesn’t smell right about Petraeus permitting his people to be attacked without any attempt to defend them. He seems like a very hands on military leader and if his people were under direct attack that he would have been in the situation room the moment he learned of the attack.
Is he simply a figure head? (or “was”)
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