Sunday, December 27, 2015

"PORNGATE" email scandal roils Pennsylvania politics and a recent Washington Post article reads like an episode of the TV series "The Good Wife"


As if reports of government scandals involving: “Nudity, Rape, Sexual Assault, Racism, Discrimination, Judicial Misconduct , Corruption and a naive sense of ‘White Privilege’ ” couldn’t bring any more shame to America’s judicial system.  I’m sure the abuse of “Judicial Privilege” isn’t just taking place in the state of Pennsylvania, but throughout the country.  My heart goes out to the victims’ and their families for such callous and immoral behavior of such insensitive human beings whose salaries are being paid by our taxpayers!! 

I’ve personally been on the receiving end of blatant judicial misconduct involving circulation of nude pictures, emailed to a number of senior officials within the military’s justice system.  Because the Department of Justice would rather follow suit in turning a blind eye to the enormous amount of fraud that is being committed against the government (taxpayers), to focus solely on nude pictures makes me wonder if they “get off” on looking at nude pictures?!!  Really?!!  

Earlier this year, I was forced to release a “Tell-All” memoir about how I became the target of one of the most scandalous adultery cases within the Department of the Navy, which has managed to stay off the public’s radar; simply because I respected the judicial process in this country, until now.  This article sickens me!!

Full article:  https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/pornographic-email-scandal-ripples-through-pennsylvania-politics/2015/12/26/fc411a76-a374-11e5-b53d-972e2751f433_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_pennsylvania-1110pm%3Ahomepage%2Fstory

4 comments:

  1. Syneeda, I'm sorry to inform you, the pictures that were used to prosecute you were leaked to a number of sources to discourage them from covering your story. The Pentagon is dirty business and I strongly encourage you to back off. Live you life and put the military behind you once and for all.

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  2. Anon, I've known that for some time, since 2011. Thanks.

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  3. Sy, You were a victim of dirty military politics plain and simple. It was your duty as a Staff Corps Supply Officer to do your job!! And I must say you did an outstanding job uncovering a cabal of fraud that led directly to the office of the CNO. Bravo Zulu!! Don't let those cowards try to intimidate you again. Your fight is almost over because the chickens are coming home to roost. Hang in there kiddo. ;)

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  4. Anon, You are correct. When I saw what they did to my friend Major Gloria Davis, that's when I knew how far Pentagon officials will go to cover-up their involvement in fraud. Gloria had bosses who taught her the tricks of the trade, who do you think people like her and Cockerham learned from? I was stationed in Korea when Gloria worked at the USFK Contingency Contracting Command and her boss was Court-Martialed for years of ongoing fraud with Korean nationals. I always wanted to see the good in Gloria which is why I ignored her involvement in the Iraqi bribery scandal. There is so much more to that story and so many more people involved, but as long as they have one black officer accused and locked away so be it. That's the military and America for you.

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