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One thing that MilitaryCorruption.com cannot be accused of - now, or at anytime during the 17 years we have been online "fighting for the truth and exposing the corrupt" - is not telling it like it is or being intimidated by "political correctness."
A good example of that is our coverage of the recent firing of Marine Lt. Col. Jennifer Grieves. While other media chose to ignore the fact the super-achiever officer's arrest for "assault" was for fighting with another woman, we here and now, can tell you all the details of what's in the police complaint.
The altercation, and failure to report same to her chain-of-command, stemmed from a cat fight between Grieves and her female "wife," where the "victim" told police she had been "scratched" and "punched on the chest" (i.e. her boobs) by her irate mate. It's all there for any enterprising reporter to find in the police records at the Onslow County, N.C. courthouse.
As far as we know, we're the only media organization that has dared report the lesbian-lovers quarrel. Maybe that's because we are 100 per cent "un-PC" here.
"WIFE" WANTS A DIVORCE
Grieves was arrested after her spouse made a complaint to cops Dec.16, 2016. The Marine officer was officially charged with simple assault, a misdemeanor. The charges were eventually dropped a couple weeks later, but there was so much bad blood between Grieves and her "wife," the aggrieved woman filed for divorce. The couple were married Aug. 18, 2015.
Here is where Grieves began her slide to disaster. She neglected to inform her chain-of-command at Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 464, New River, that she had been arrested, and that is a big "no-no" when you're a commanding officer updating paperwork to maintain a security rating.
Someone tipped off Maj. Gen. Matthew Glavy, C. O. of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and he ordered the 46 year-old onetime USMC poster girl fired "due to loss of trust and confidence in her ability to lead." Translation - a career-ender for the hard-charger who enlisted in the Corps 27 years ago, and once was a media darling when she flew Obama around with an all-female crew in the Marine's most distinguished chopper.