BUSTED FOR DRUGS - FEMALE SUPER ATHLETE
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She had it all. Cover-girl looks, a sheepskin from the Air Force Academy, and a fast-track future as a military officer.
1Lt. Stephanie Frick, super-achiever and athlete, member of the National Honor Society back at Sierra Vista High School in Phoenix, and just the kind of poster girl the Pentagon likes to put on display, has been convicted on a drug charge.
OSI investigators nailed the "fast-burner" 2010 AFA grad using and distributing Ecstasy and mushrooms, a hallucinogenic substance. She's lucky she got only three months behind bars at the conclusion of her recent court-martial at RAF Lakenheath in England.
However, the dismissal from the Air Force hurts, especially Frick's father and grandfather, both retired military back in Arizona.
AIR FORCE TIMES ASLEEP AT SWITCH (AGAIN)
As of press time, we and many of our readers have noted that Air Force TIMES still has not covered this case. STARS & STRIPES ran a brief blurb, but made pains not to mention Frick was an AFA graduate.
The always "politically-correct:" editors at the TIMES have a reputation for ignoring bad news when it involves female super-athletes and officers.
MilitaryCorruption.com and ACCURACY IN MEDIA were the only news organizations to report the truth about the so-called 2006 "kidnapping" of pampered and protected Maj. Jill Metzger, a two-time winner of the Air Force Marathon.
DROPPED BALL ON JILL METZGER COVERAGE
The daughter of a retired colonel, lucky Jill got to compete in both the Air Force and Marine Corps Marathons, as well as one in North Carolina, all while drawing 100% "disability" pay the year after returning to the U.S. from her fictional feats of "derring-do" in far-away Kyrgyzstan.
Her "the dog ate my homework" tale of incredible heroism on her part, got full play by the leftist then-editor of the TIMES, but they went silent and refused to cover the story further after MCC and others poked enough holes in the "official" version to burst Metzger's hot-air balloon.
We hope Air Force TIMES will eventually play "catch-up ball" with us and STRIPES on the Frick item, but we won't hold our breath waiting for that to happen. Some people never learn. The thinner and thinner Gannett weekly paper should realize many of their lost readers now come to MilitaryCorruption.com because we are always uncensored and unafraid.