Green Beret Discharged for Shoving Child Molester

Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland’s discharge is scheduled to take effect on November 1st. In a memo sent by the United States Human Resources Command, his request for an appeal and continued service has been disapproved.

Gen. John F. Campbell, commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, has strenuously denied the existence of any such policy requiring soldiers to ignore what they see. Instead, Campbell said he’s taken the time to speak to President Ashraf Ghani about the problem.

According to Rep. Duncan Hunter’s spokesman, Joe Kasper, the denial “sends a loud and clear message to all soldiers and military personnel that if you do intervene … because it’s morally the right thing to do, it could be at the risk of your career.” Hunter wants GOP Sen. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, to delay any hearings for Obama’s nomination of a new Army secretary, until something is done about Martland’s situation.

As a last ditch effort, Martland can still appeal to the Army Board for Correction of Military Records.

While the Obama Administration tries to play world police and attempts to fool people by acting under self-proclaimed righteous motives, policies like this go to show you just how corrupt they are. If you’re in a position to help somebody in need, shouldn’t that make you obligated to do it? Apparently not in the case of Sgt. Charles Martland.





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