Thursday, November 21, 2013

I guess I still hold the record for being the only "Single" officer to go to jail for alleged adultery. According to the "Law", Adultery is defined as voluntary sexual intercourse between a married man or woman and a partner other than the legal spouse. Yet another classic case of "Selective Prosecution"... Only in the U.S. Military!!

Capt. Jeffrey Winter, the commander of Carrier Air Wing 17,
has been fired over an alleged relationship with a female junior officer. (MC2 James R. Evans / Navy)
http://www.navytimes.com/article/20130921/CAREERS03/309210016/Air-Wing-captain-fired-over-alleged-relationship-female-junior-officer

SUSPICIOUS SAILOR'S WIFE STUMBLES UPON
SEXY E-MAIL MESSAGES BETWEEN CAPTAIN AND
MEDICAL OFFICER MISTRESS - HAD THOUGHT
HER PO2 HUBBY WAS "CHEATING" ON HER - IT WAS 
"LOVE" E-MAILS BETWEEN FORMER TOP-GUN
JEFF WINTER AND LT HE CALLED "SUGAR" - USNA
GRAD WAS FIRED AS AIR WING 17's COMMANDER
ON USS CARL VINSON LAST SEPTEMBER - CAPTAIN
EXPOSED WHEN PETTY OFFICER'S NOSY FRAU READ
STEAMY E-MAILS LOOKING FOR PROOF OF
INFIDELITY ON PART OF HORNY HUBBY - WOMAN
TURNS OVER "EVIDENCE" TO AUTHORITIES

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Navy CAPT Jeff "Chilly" Winter had led a seemingly charmed life.
Graduate of the Naval Academy (Class of 1989), former TOP GUN instructor and hot-shot four-stripe commander of Air Wing 17 on the USS Carl Vinson, Jeff Winter had it made. He was considered a sure shot for promotion to admiral down the road.

Not any more.

As we reported earlier this year, the much-experienced fighter-pilot stepped on his dick when the married captain was caught having an affair with a female officer.
E-MAIL PROVES AFFAIR TOOK PLACE

MilitaryCorruption.com can now tell you it was a LT and medical officer on the Vinson. Her nickname is "Sugar" and she was, according to sources in the know, very sweet indeed.

While crew members of the carrier suspected CAPT Winter was fooling around, the proof of his adultery surfaced when a suspicious sailor's wife somehow got into her husband's laptop and downloaded sexy messages between Winter and his love-struck gal pal.

The nosy frau was looking for evidence of her own husband's infidelity - they are now going through a divorce - and when she came across the incriminating evidence about Winter, his boss, she turned it over to authorities.

We won't reproduce the messages here on MCC - after all, we have some ethics - but let's just say the "terms of endearment" expressed left no doubt that a hot affair was underway. LT "Sugar" spoke longingly of moments of bliss with handsome "Chilly" during a five-day port call at Perth, Australia.

WINTER ADMITTED INFIDELITY

When NCIS agents confronted Winter, he admitted the affair began in early 2012 and ended this June.

We are told the female officer is no longer in the Navy. As for "Chilly," he's already received a letter of reprimand and presumably is hard at work on preparing retirement papers.


And his wife, you can be sure, has "frozen out" Chilly from sharing the master bedroom. The unfaithful top jock likely will be sleeping on the sofa from now on.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Syneeda, in the wake of the ongoing military's rape and sexual assault epidemic I pray that someone in Congress will launch a full investigation into why you were charged with adultery to begin with. Your voice is only as loud as they can hear it. Blogging about your case is one thing. I strongly suggest you team up with the thousands of other victims of military sex crimes and lobby Congress to pass the Military Justice Improvement Act, that would certainly get someone's attention. Good luck and Godspeed!

Syneeda said...

Anon, Thanks for the encouragement but Congress has been presented with more than enough evidence to revamp the military's justice system. Unfortunately in the world of politics its never about helping the survived victims, it's about taking care of campaign contributors. It will take an executive order from President Obama to bring about justice for survivors of military sex crimes, not ongoing senseless debates from Congress!!

Anonymous said...

Syneeda, there may be hope over the horizon for the survived victims of military sex crimes. Earlier this week the Daily Kos reported that the Military Justice Improvement Act is gaining momentum in the Senate as poll shows public support. Here's a quote from the article: “As a former commander, endorsing a change that removes certain authority from military commanders has been a tough decision,” said Major General (Ret.) Martha Rainville. “It was driven by my conviction that our men and women in uniform deserve to know, without doubt, that they are valued and will be treated fairly with all due process should they report an offense and seek help, or face being accused of an offense. When allegations of serious criminal misconduct have been made, the decision whether to prosecute should be made by a trained legal professional. Fairness and justice require sound judgment based on evidence and facts, independent of pre-existing command relationships.”

As a former IG investigator yourself, you are aware of the importance of protecting the victim throughout the reporting and investigating process. Unfortunately in our male dominated society, the Senate as well as our military, its hard to convince men to "give up" their power.

I'm sure this bill will be tabled once again and reintroduced after more men come forward to admit that they've been raped or sexually assaulted.

Syneeda said...

Anon, I've shown my support for the victims of military sex crimes for a few years now, and have sat on the sidelines to see Congress fix the problem with a band aid. I'm tired of wasting my energy blogging about this topic and pray that the victims find relief soon. In my view, no amount of VA compensation can mend the trauma that has been caused to the survivors.