Air Force Major Clarence Anderson III has filed another lawsuit against the Secretary of the Air Force, and other senior officials for his wrongful conviction in 2015. Amazingly, Maj. Anderson has yet to receive a [ … Read More]
COL. DANIEL H. WILSON, USMC WAS RELEASED FROM PRISON 3 YEARS AGO. HIS STORY IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE OF GROSS MILITARY INJUSTICE. WE PROVIDE AN UPDATE AND LESSONS LEARNED. THE MARINE CORPS SHOULD BE DEEPLY ASHAMED FOR RAILROADING AN INNOCENT MAN INTO PRISON!
We have been reporting on corruption in the American military since 1986. Yours truly has been observing the military since 1971, when I signed up in the Navy’s Aviation Reserve Officer Candidate (AVROC) program. Eventually, [ … Read More]
AIR FORCE MAJOR CLARENCE ANDERSON III – CONTINUES HIS FIGHT FOR JUSTICE. BECAUSE THE AIR FORCE CAN’T TELL THE TRUTH, ANDERSON’S CASE WOUND UP BACK ON THE PRESIDENT’S DESK FOR THE SECOND TIME. EVERYONE AWAITS HIS DECISION.
United States Congressman Barry Moore (R-AL) has petitioned President Biden to have an external investigator outside the United States Air Force look into the 2015 military court martial of Major Clarence Anderson III. Evidence strongly [ … Read More]
DEBAUCHERY AT FORT HUACHUCA AND THEIR BRAND OF LEADERSHIP ALONG WITH AN UNEQUAL APPLICATION OF THE LAW COULD VERY WELL BE A HARBINGER, THAT AMERICA IS NO MATCH FOR THE RUSSIANS OR THE CHINESE.
Our military is sliding downward. America’s power and strength is eroding right before our very eyes. We have a four star general who said he would call the Chinese if America decided to take military [ … Read More]
When the Air Force Inspector General discovered the military had, through malicious intention or bumbling ineptitude, imprisoned an innocent man for 3 1/2 long years, the Air Force’s “moral compass” shattered. The “broken USAF moral compass” [ … Read More]
Marine Colonel Daniel H. Wilson continues to languish behind bars, even though the Navy-Marine Court of Criminal Appeals (NMCCA) ruled the Marines never had enough evidence to convict him in the first place. Wilson’s conviction [ … Read More]
Seventy-seven (77) years ago America and Japan crossed swords that cost the lives of thousands of people. Now, Japan is one of the few friends America has left in the world, but there is trouble [ … Read More]