"SPICE" EPIDEMIC SPREADS TO BOLLING AFB
FIVE MEMBERS OF THE HONOR GUARD BUSTED
FOR USING NEW DRUG - SYNTHETIC MARIJUANA
POPULAR ON ALL AIR FORCE INSTALLATIONS
MORE AND MORE AIRMEN EXPERIMENTING WITH
MIND-ALTERING SUBSTANCE - FIVE CADETS
EXPELLED FOR GETTING "HIGH" ON SPICE AT
US AIR FORCE ACADEMY - LAST YEAR AT HILL
AFB, HALF DOZEN AIRMEN CAUGHT USING DRUG
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You won't read this in the Washington POST or the "mainstream media," but officials at Bolling AFB in Washington are trying to keep a tight lid on a drug scandal that just hit the high-profile military installation.
Popular drug "Spice," a synthetic form of marijuana, has arrived in the Beltway, big time, and several members of the so-called Honor Guard have been busted. A very major embarrassment to the Command.
Sources tell MilitaryCorruption.com an enlisted member of the elite group was nailed at the gate for being "high" on the designer drug. He was "grilled" by OSI, we are told - Jill Metzger's pals - and "ratted out" his buddies.
Five airmen, in all, were caught, with the prospect of more to come.
"A barracks inspection was done on the entire Honor Guard building," our source says. "They're trying to keep everything hush-hush." Well, so much for that, now! We at MCC get up to six million hits a month, worldwide.
DRUG "SPICE" A PROBLEM THROUGHOUT THE MILITARY
Just this week, the Naval Academy at Annapolis made news (see related stories box below) when another midshipman was busted for using Spice. He was the eighth would-be ensign so far this year to be nabbed.
The Air Force "leadership," under over-rated Gary North "puppet," Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz, has failed miserably at addressing this growing problem. It isn't as if "the Baboon" has been blind sided by this drug epidemic. As far back as last March, airmen were being apprehended using the mind-altering drug. Five were tossed out at Hill AFB.
Besides the Naval Academy, we hear West Point has its problems, too. Except they have been more successful in keeping it out of the news. "Officially," no cadet at USMA has been dismissed for "Spice" use.
But it's only a matter of time.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: If you have a SPICE problem on your base, please let us know about it. The "who, what, why, when and where" need to be answered. Your identity will be absolutely protected. Thank you.]