Jason Brezler Ruling Postponed

Jason Brezler Ruling Postponed — A federal judge, Oct. 14, postponed ruling whether Jason Brezler should be drummed out of the U.S. Marine Corps.

Rules for thee but not for me. Jason Brezler Ruling Postponed
Rules for thee but not for me

Judge Joseph Bianco of the Eastern District of New York gave the Corps 10 days to submit affidavits proving that what they are trying to do is not in retaliation for Brezler contacting Congressman Peter King (R-NY2) for help.

Brezler’s travail can be traced to his deployment in Afghanistan in 2010.

Among the characters with whom Major Brezler dealt was Sarwar Jan, a corrupt, child-molesting police commander.

Sarwar was endangering his unit due to the hatred he was inspiring among the populace hence Brezler got him removed from his position.

Brezler left active duty and became a New York City fireman while remaining a Marine Corps reservist.

He learned in 2012 that Sarwar was back. He sent a sent a classified briefing about him to to the operations officer at Forward Operating Base Dehli in Afghanistan using his personal email account which was unsecured. A few days later one of the boys Sarwar was molesting killed three Marines: Staff Sgt. Scott Dickinson, 29, Cpl. Richard Rivera, 20, and Lance Cpl. Greg Buckley.

How did the Marine Corps higher ups react? They were outraged but not at those who let Sarwar back into power. Brezler was the villain. He had used his unsecured email to send a classified document. Never mind the immediacy and necessity of the warning. Brezler VIOLATED THE RULES.

The Marines gave Brezler an unfavorable fitness report in March 2013. Brezler went to King. In December of that year a board of inquiry recommended he be discharged.

Brezler appealed to federal court and that is where we stand.

Oh, if only Brezler was a Democrat running for president. Oh, if only he had a few million to “contribute” to the Clinton Foundation. All this would go away and life would be peachy.

If serfdom is your desire then vote for Hillary Clinton.

Jason Brezler Ruling Postponed

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