Saturday, April 30, 2016

More About Barack Hussein and the Persecution of SFC Charles Martland




U.S. Army Kicking Out a Hero After He Confronted an Afghan Pedophile/Rapist
Obama Instructed Army to Issue Illegal ‘Gag Order’ to Silence Green Berets
The following is from articles written by Jim Emerson in 2015
From a FOXNEWS exclusive, the U.S. Army is planning to kick out Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland for shoving an Afghan pedophile who also happened to be an Afghan police commander.  The alleged pedophile rapist, identified as Abdul Rahman, has not yet been charged with a crime. The American trained Rahman was said to be practicing the ancient Afghan act of “Bacha Bazi.” Rahman beat up the child’s mother after she reported the rape.  
SFC Charles Martland
In Afghanistan, “Bacha Bazi” is a term attached to any activity that involves an adult sexually preying on a child. It includes child pornography, sexual slavery and child prostitution in which prepubescent and adolescent boys are sold to wealthy or powerful men for entertainment and sexual activities. This form of pederasty has been prevalent in Central Asia since ancient times. And although it is considered “not Islamic,” the practice continues in central Asia.
After Martland shoved Rahman to the ground, “Rahman quickly reported the incident to another Army unit in a nearby village. The next day a U.S. Army helicopter landed and took Quinn and Martland away, ending their work in Kunduz Province.” For their action both soldiers remained in Afghanistan but were not allowed to continue their mission. Pending the outcome of an investigation, Sgt Martland and Daniel Quinn, Martland’s detachment team leader, were relieved from their positions and sent home. 

Have the United States Armed Forces adopted a pedophile protection order, given the religious beliefs and tendencies of their Commander and Chief?   
FOXNEWS was the first to publicly report the Army’s decision to kick out 11-year Green Beret Sgt First Class (SFC) Charles Martland. On September 11, Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif a member of the House Armed Services Committee, blasted Army leadership for issuing an alleged "gag order" forbidding them talking about the discharge of SFC Martland.  The congressman said “more troubling” is that he’s learned “Army leadership has pushed a ‘gag order’ … prohibiting both the Chain of Command and soldiers from speaking to anyone regarding the case.”(1)  If true such a gag order would be a gross violation of 10 U.S. Code § 1034 - Protected communications; prohibition of retaliatory personnel actions. (2)
(a)    Restricting Communications with Members of Congress and Inspector General Prohibited.—

(1)     No person may restrict a member of the armed forces communicating with a Member of Congress or an Inspector General.
(2)     Paragraph (1) does not apply to a communication that is unlawful.

Rep. Duncan Hunter
Senior Leadership probably wishes this would all just go away and doubtless it would were it not for the determination of Rep Hunter. Issuing a “gag order” is a crime in itself having severe consequences on the command and any legal advisors.  Unlike most members of Congress, Rep. Hunter is a vet. The Marine served three combat tours; two in Iraq and one in Afghanistan. He has been addressing Defense Secretary Ash Carter, voicing concern that the Army will attempt to “find any reason to justify its actions against Martland because they’ll refuse to acknowledge an error in judgement.” Since the leadership doesn’t want a messy court-martial, it would be less embarrassing to just silence the troops and toss the Green Beret out. 
For his sense of Honor, SFC Martland is being discharged because it created an embarrassing international incident that the Obama Regime didn’t want to deal with.
It’s likely that Senior Leadership will perform a rope-a-dope till SFC Martland has been discharged.  It’s a safe bet the alleged Gag order came from the White House and is being enforced by American Commissars with law degrees.
After all, the Administration doesn’t want to deal with an international incident while doing something more important…surrendering to Iran.
  
 


No comments:

Post a Comment