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(Fox News)   Army Brigadier General sent back stateside after being accused of sexual misconduct. He should have known better than to play with his Privates   (foxnews.com) divider line 82
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2012-09-27 05:37:43 AM
Forcible sexual assault?

Christ how the fark did this guy not get noticed sooner? You would think that with all the vetting that is done for high ranking officers that they would have caught this. Forcible sexual assault is not just someone decides to do one day in midlife; these folks have been doing it for many years.
 
2012-09-27 06:34:52 AM
images1.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2012-09-27 07:35:55 AM
imageshack.us

Or is it just me?
 
2012-09-27 07:36:48 AM
precious bodily fluids
 
2012-09-27 07:40:15 AM
He took "Be My Little General" just a little too seriously.
 
2012-09-27 07:42:10 AM

cman: Forcible sexual assault?

Christ how the fark did this guy not get noticed sooner? You would think that with all the vetting that is done for high ranking officers that they would have caught this. Forcible sexual assault is not just someone decides to do one day in midlife; these folks have been doing it for many years.


Predators usually get away with it because the victims are too intimidated to report it.
 
2012-09-27 07:43:33 AM

cman: Forcible sexual assault?

Christ how the fark did this guy not get noticed sooner? You would think that with all the vetting that is done for high ranking officers that they would have caught this. Forcible sexual assault is not just someone decides to do one day in midlife; these folks have been doing it for many years.


Maybe, maybe not.

If the vetting is 95% accurate at figuring out who does crap like that, that means 1 out of 20 is going to make it through without setting off alarm bells.

Then again, too, this guy is only accused. A court martial will determine if he's actually guilty or not.
 
2012-09-27 07:44:25 AM

cman: Forcible sexual assault?

Christ how the fark did this guy not get noticed sooner? You would think that with all the vetting that is done for high ranking officers that they would have caught this. Forcible sexual assault is not just someone decides to do one day in midlife; these folks have been doing it for many years.


Ask Dr. Milgram.
 
2012-09-27 07:45:42 AM
Fat girls
 
2012-09-27 07:47:33 AM
encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com

Bloody hell... You don't say...
 
2012-09-27 07:49:21 AM

God--: [encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com image 259x194]

Bloody hell... You don't say...


It was his evil bizarro universe duplicate from Inferno.
 
2012-09-27 07:55:55 AM
According to military lawyers, sodomy is defined as contact between a sex organ and any part of another person's body.

So does that mean I've sodomized my doctor? I'll have to bring him a consent form next time I get (a) physical.
 
2012-09-27 07:59:59 AM
Rank has its privileges.
 
2012-09-27 08:00:05 AM
i.imgur.com

"Now why didn't I think of that?"
 
2012-09-27 08:01:19 AM
I'm still trying to figure out where this guy has been deployed during his career.
I'm still trying to figure out where this guy has been deployed during his career.
I'm still trying to figure out where this guy has been deployed during his career.


//holy repetitive article, batman!
 
2012-09-27 08:05:53 AM
Sinclair was sent back early from a deployment in Afghanistan where he served as the deputy commander of the 82nd Airborne Division headquarters.


Ohhhh yea, I remember having to cleanup after them in Kosovo......
 
2012-09-27 08:06:08 AM
+1
 
2012-09-27 08:10:33 AM

AbbeySomeone: Predators usually get away with it because the victims are too intimidated to report it.


Particularly when the predator is a freakin general.

If they find this guy guilty they really need to form a firing squad for him and make an example of him. People in the military must be able to trust their chain of command.
 
2012-09-27 08:11:17 AM

AbbeySomeone: cman: Forcible sexual assault?

Christ how the fark did this guy not get noticed sooner? You would think that with all the vetting that is done for high ranking officers that they would have caught this. Forcible sexual assault is not just someone decides to do one day in midlife; these folks have been doing it for many years.

Predators usually get away with it because the victims are too intimidated to report it.


You guys know that this is the catch-all charge right? Can't prove rape...amazingly the prosecutor has a bazillion 'lessor" (read doesn't take much evidence to get a conviction on) charge to hang his hat on. That is standard procedure for the American Justice system as a whole. Prosecutor: "Crap I cannot show under the law this guy commuted a crime..'I know I will make up this charge that encapsulates all the exceptions to the constitution I can think of..'" That said the Army does not charge General Officers over nothing...but the charge is vague so cool your jets.
 
2012-09-27 08:11:46 AM
When in Rome....
 
2012-09-27 08:13:48 AM

AbbeySomeone: cman: Forcible sexual assault?

Christ how the fark did this guy not get noticed sooner? You would think that with all the vetting that is done for high ranking officers that they would have caught this. Forcible sexual assault is not just someone decides to do one day in midlife; these folks have been doing it for many years.

Predators usually get away with it because the victims are too intimidated to report it.


And the guy is a General. The amount of shiat they can get away with is simply staggering. Take for instance a certian VA Guard General (Huxtable) who used military aircraft (illegaly) to fly his family about, and did military training but kept collecting his federal civilian paycheck (a big no-no. You're supposed to take military leave). He gets busted for all this. His punishment? He retires with full benefits. Just recently he sent out an email about 'ethics'.

The military doesn't like to see it's top people get punished, because it makes them look bad. They sweep stuff under the rug for as long as they can, and bully lower ranking people who get victimized into being quiet. A Colonel molests his daughter? He retires. A Sergeant smokes some pot at a party? Busted to E-1 and dishonorably discharged.

A General has to REALLY fark up to make something public.
 
2012-09-27 08:14:05 AM
Old bio, not including his time as a BG or COL, and maybe not all his LTC time.

Not from an official site, but looks legit.

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LTC Jeffrey A. Sinclair received his commission in 1986 as a distinguished military graduate of the ROTC program at West Virginia University.

LTC Sinclair's first assignment was with 1st Battalion 15th Infantry, where he served as a Rifle Platoon Leader, Scout Platoon Leader, and Company Executive Officer.

In 1990, he was assigned to the 24th Infantry Division during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm and served as a G3 Training Officer, Assistant S3 and Company C Commander in 2nd Battalion 7th Infantry.

His next assignment was with the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, where he served as a battalion S4 and Company Commander.

Following Command and General Staff College, LTC Sinclair returned to 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, where he served as an LNO and battalion S3.

In 1999 LTC Sinclair was assigned to the Joint Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg where he served in Current Operations and as Chief of Plans and Training.

Following this assignment LTC Sinclair served as the Brigade Executive Officer in 3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, and as the Task Force Executive Officer in Task Force Panther in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan.

LTC Sinclair is a graduate of Command and General Staff College, the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Course, the Field Artillery Advanced Course, the Airborne and Jumpmaster Course, Ranger Course, SERE (High Risk) and Bradley Vehicle Commander Course
 
2012-09-27 08:14:50 AM

SpectroBoy: People in the military must be able to trust their chain of command.


pcdn.500px.net 

The recurring theme of every story of military, both real and fictional, is that officers suck.

This one happened to be a rapist, which indeed should be punishable by death after court martial, but trying to iron the fail out of an army's chain of command is going to be about as successful as a land war in Asia.
 
2012-09-27 08:20:47 AM
people that are paid to specialize in immoral behavior may sometimes exhibit immoral behavior.
 
2012-09-27 08:24:50 AM

cman: Forcible sexual assault?

Christ how the fark did this guy not get noticed sooner? You would think that with all the vetting that is done for high ranking officers that they would have caught this. Forcible sexual assault is not just someone decides to do one day in midlife; these folks have been doing it for many years.


Because there is a culture of this in the military and he was dealing subordinate officers he intimidated.

It is so prevalent, it has it's own Wiki entry
 
2012-09-27 08:25:39 AM

dittybopper: He took "Be My Little General" just a little too seriously.


Came here for this... Leaving satisfied.
 
2012-09-27 08:25:42 AM
That's a creepy predator pic if I've ever seen one.
 
2012-09-27 08:28:30 AM
I'm pro-military (come from a military family) but they NEED to address this the massive issue in more comprehensive ways than they have. I'm sorry, but the numbers of women sexually assaulted in the military is sickening and should NOT be happening in the military of a civilized country.
 
2012-09-27 08:31:47 AM

KiplingKat872: Because there is a culture of this in the military and he was dealing subordinate officers he intimidated.


Sorry, officers and NCOs.

/Morning yet, need coffee.
 
2012-09-27 08:41:54 AM
Sadly, getting his unflattering picture spread across the internet is going to be the greatest punishment this guy faces. Military justice is even more skewed than civilian justice when it comes to who it is who did the crime--the higher in rank you are in the military the less the punishments are. The large variety of charges will allow the JAG folks to let him plea out to the least one. The worst punishment this guy will get is a single reduction in rank and then forced to retire; which means that he will still get full military benefits and five k a month for the rest of his life. And that's if they even do anything at all to him; they may catch some E-2 in a lie during the investigation and put them in jail for several years instead, and allow General Forcible Assfarker to get off scott free.
 
2012-09-27 08:43:19 AM
Found a better bio: Link
 
2012-09-27 08:48:21 AM

varmitydog: Sadly, getting his unflattering picture spread across the internet is going to be the greatest punishment this guy faces. Military justice is even more skewed than civilian justice when it comes to who it is who did the crime--the higher in rank you are in the military the less the punishments are. The large variety of charges will allow the JAG folks to let him plea out to the least one. The worst punishment this guy will get is a single reduction in rank and then forced to retire; which means that he will still get full military benefits and five k a month for the rest of his life. And that's if they even do anything at all to him; they may catch some E-2 in a lie during the investigation and put them in jail for several years instead, and allow General Forcible Assfarker to get off scott free.


I dunno. I think the timing is really bad (for him). The Army leadership would probably love to show they're serious about stopping the abhorrent trend in sexual assaults. A court-martial and a stay at Leavenworth for someone guilty of that AND who's supposed to be setting the highest example would be a helluva good message to send.
 
2012-09-27 08:49:19 AM
+1 Subby
 
2012-09-27 08:52:42 AM

AbbeySomeone: Predators usually get away with it because the victims are too intimidated to report it.


That, and the whole bending-light camouflage thing.
 
2012-09-27 08:53:05 AM

varmitydog: Sadly, getting his unflattering picture spread across the internet is going to be the greatest punishment this guy faces. Military justice is even more skewed than civilian justice when it comes to who it is who did the crime--the higher in rank you are in the military the less the punishments are. The large variety of charges will allow the JAG folks to let him plea out to the least one. The worst punishment this guy will get is a single reduction in rank and then forced to retire; which means that he will still get full military benefits and five k a month for the rest of his life. And that's if they even do anything at all to him; they may catch some E-2 in a lie during the investigation and put them in jail for several years instead, and allow General Forcible Assfarker to get off scott free.


Not necessarily - if they decide he committed that crime and it's public, they'll come down on him hard.
 
2012-09-27 09:00:25 AM

MythDragon: The military doesn't like to see it's top people get punished, because it makes them look bad. They sweep stuff under the rug for as long as they can, and bully lower ranking people who get victimized into being quiet. A Colonel molests his daughter? He retires. A Sergeant smokes some pot at a party? Busted to E-1 and dishonorably discharged.


I don't know if you were just exaggerating to make a point, but you're way off base. Even a colonel isn't allowed to just simply retire as a result of a child molestation conviction, and a sergeant isn't going to get court-martialed, busted down four ranks and dishonorably discharged just for popping positive for marijuana on a drug test. The typical result for something like that is Non-judicial punishment, a one-paygrade reduction in rank, and an "Other Than Honorable" administrative discharge.
 
2012-09-27 09:02:00 AM

dittybopper: He took "Be My Little General" just a little too seriously.


Get outta my mind!
 
2012-09-27 09:03:36 AM

ScottRiqui: Even a colonel isn't allowed to just simply retire as a result of a child molestation conviction,


The question is whether the military would allow such a thing to make it to court, and thereby embarrass the service, or make the officer retire.
 
2012-09-27 09:05:43 AM

Shabash: Found a better bio: Link


(threadjack on)
If he's a ROTC graduate, how did he become a General? I thought ROTC grads were limited to LTC by policy. Any Farkers know?
( threadjack off)
 
2012-09-27 09:10:04 AM

blubaldnuglee: Shabash: Found a better bio: Link

(threadjack on)
If he's a ROTC graduate, how did he become a General? I thought ROTC grads were limited to LTC by policy. Any Farkers know?
( threadjack off)


No, the commission you receive from ROTC is the same as the one you would receive from OCS or any of the service academies. There's no official cap on how high you can be promoted with it, although at the flag officer level, there may be a disproportionate number who graduated from the service academies compared to ROTC or OCS.
 
2012-09-27 09:29:21 AM
It's a crime to just be in the possession of alcohol or pornography while deployed? I could understand displaying/consuming in inappropriate situations, but man, that's a shiatty way to live.
 
2012-09-27 09:36:05 AM

TheHumanCannonball: It's a crime to just be in the possession of alcohol or pornography while deployed? I could understand displaying/consuming in inappropriate situations, but man, that's a shiatty way to live.


That's not a military-wide rule for ALL deployed service members worldwide. The rule they're talking about is "General Order 1B", published by CENTCOM. It disallows alcohol in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq (with certain exceptions). Pornography is disallowed throughout the CENTCOM area of responsibility (again, with exceptions).
 
2012-09-27 09:46:28 AM

dittybopper: Then again, too, this guy is only accused. A court martial will determine if he's actually guilty or not.


Not quite; it will determine if the officer panel votes a conviction (not the same thing as "actually guilty").
 
2012-09-27 09:53:50 AM

ScottRiqui: MythDragon: The military doesn't like to see it's top people get punished, because it makes them look bad. They sweep stuff under the rug for as long as they can, and bully lower ranking people who get victimized into being quiet. A Colonel molests his daughter? He retires. A Sergeant smokes some pot at a party? Busted to E-1 and dishonorably discharged.

I don't know if you were just exaggerating to make a point, but you're way off base. Even a colonel isn't allowed to just simply retire as a result of a child molestation conviction, and a sergeant isn't going to get court-martialed, busted down four ranks and dishonorably discharged just for popping positive for marijuana on a drug test. The typical result for something like that is Non-judicial punishment, a one-paygrade reduction in rank, and an "Other Than Honorable" administrative discharge.


okay, well I don't know about a dishonorable discharge for smoking pot, but definatly being kicked out. As for the Colonel daughter molester, it happened while I was stationed at Leavenworth. There was a brief period where it was a big thing going on, then it all 'went away'. Turns out there 'wasn't enough evidence' and the guy 'just happened to retire'. Yeah.
 
2012-09-27 09:53:57 AM

ScottRiqui: That's not a military-wide rule for ALL deployed service members worldwide. The rule they're talking about is "General Order 1B", published by CENTCOM. It disallows alcohol in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq (with certain exceptions). Pornography is disallowed throughout the CENTCOM area of responsibility (again, with exceptions).


The first is just common sense. The second, I'm heard from service members that all the military computers in the region are loaded with porn. :)
 
2012-09-27 09:56:22 AM
"There's one more test that you must pass before you can be promoted to Corporal, Private. It's the pole smoking test. The males usually score higher on this, but I think you'll do just fine. Shall we get started?"
 
2012-09-27 10:06:57 AM
Sahh-doe-mie
Is SUCH a lonely wor-urd. . . .
 
2012-09-27 10:11:55 AM

KiplingKat872: I'm pro-military (come from a military family) but they NEED to address this the massive issue in more comprehensive ways than they have. I'm sorry, but the numbers of women sexually assaulted in the military is sickening and should NOT be happening in the military of a civilized country.


When I deployed in 03, we were given in the briefing that, pulled from Army stats cause there were a lot more of them, 90% of reported sexual assaults were male-on-male.
 
2012-09-27 10:22:50 AM
static.guim.co.uk

Now see here, Brigadier, I call this the "Anal Intruder". Perfect for stimulating your UNIT.
 
2012-09-27 10:50:39 AM
imageshack.us

JEFFERY SINCLAIR NOOOOO
 
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