Wednesday, December 18, 2013


An interesting story . . . worthy of a read. Hat tip to Codename LUNAR SPOOK - S.L.


If you want the FULL background on this story, then please read this. In short, while Marine Reserve Maj. Jason Brezler was back in the states, he received a warning that a certain Afghan police chief was back on one of their forward operating bases in Afghanistan. He emailed back via his personal email his summary of the Afghan police chief, warning them that this Afghan police chief worked with the Taliban. The document he emailed though was technically a classified document and when he learned of his error, he reported himself to his command. His commanders didn’t see any issue as the document was of little importance. Brezler’s warning, however, was ultimately ignored and the child-molesting Talibani police chief’s ‘tea boy’ took his rifle into the gym and murdered three of our bravest and best, Staff Sgt. Scott Dickinson, Cpl. Richard Rivera and Lance Cpl. Greg Buckley Jr. A fourth soldier, Staff Sgt. Cody Rhode, survived despite being shot five times.

Read the rest of it HERE


  1. Easy to blame someone else for your own errors. Reading this story -> one of those "WTH?" -moments.

  2. Dishonorable discharge?!?

    That's, at worst, a non-punitive temporary letter of warning in his OQR for a maximum of 12 months, followed by being sent to bed without supper for 2 consecutive nights.

    Classified material is still classified material, and that's about the level of punishment this rises to for using his personal e-mail account for official business.

    If they're jonesing for a court-martial, the assclowns who ignored the notice he sent should head the charge sheet, for gross dereliction of duty contributory to casualties from enemy action.

    The penalty for which should be chaining them to an oar for 25-life.