The man who was perhaps the last of the true investigative reporters on the Pentarchy beat may have just taken a swan dive into the canvas.
|Look at those yo-yos. That's the way you do it.|
|That's "General Evil" to you. I didn't slaughter|
my way to the four-star level to be called
It’s little wonder that McCaffrey stood head and haunches above the rest of the retired war panderers. During his active duty days, he was one of the most malevolent military men to ever sport a service dress uniform. If the military had a real judiciary instead of its Uniform Code of Marsupial Justice*, McCaffrey would have been convicted of capital felonies after the first Gulf War for the Massacre at Rumalia during which McCaffrey disobeyed direct orders to commit the premeditated mass murder of retreating Iraqi soldiers during a declared ceasefire. (According to a colleague, McCaffrey exhorted his subordinate commanders over the radio to find a way for him to “go kill all of those bastards.”) Army investigators later exonerated McCaffrey of wrongdoing, just as Pentagon investigators later exonerated everyone at the Pentagon involved in the RMA Program.
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