Sunday, August 28, 2016

USA Today reports details of how, Army Major General David Haight double life of "Swinging and Adulterous Affairs," cost him his career...





 Army Maj. Gen. David Haight, Army Ranger, decorated combat veteran and family man, held a key post in Europe this spring and a future with three, maybe four stars.
He also led a double life: an 11-year affair and a “swinger lifestyle” of swapping sexual partners that put him at risk of blackmail and espionage, according to interviews and documents.  Jennifer Armstrong, 49, a government employee, said she and Haight had been involved in the torrid love affair that began more than 10 years ago in Baghdad and ended this spring.
Read full article: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2016/08/24/new-details-show-how-swinger-army-generals-double-life-cost-him-his-career/89220810/

Food for thought:
Since my adultery conviction in 2008, I'm deeply saddened that the Navy continues to deny me fair and equal justice, which is my hard-earned pension, especially after more and more senior ranking officers are coming under fire for Adultery and Swinging!!

Several years ago, I was contacted by someone who identified herself as being a mistress of Navy JAG officer, Kevin Messer, who prosecuted my adultery case. She was upset that he'd cheated on her with another woman during his unaccompanied assignment in DC. According to his mistress, he was also cheating on his wife while he was prosecuting my case, yet I remain the only "SINGLE" military officer to be sentenced to serve time in prison, fined and discharged from the Navy, 5 months shy of earning my retirement pension.

With so much disparity within our military ranks, systemic sexual assault, harassment and of course rape, the attitude of our top brass is to ignore these problems, meanwhile, families are being broken apart because this type of behavior is permissible.

Over the years, I've accepted the fact that I was punished for being a whistleblower because I uncovered a string of corruption involving corrupted officers and defense contractors, which seems to be the military's norm nowadays, but to allow our top leaders to go unpunished for "Sex Crimes" is a disgrace to the very uniform they wear!!!
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