General John Allen Cleared of Wrongdoing in Tampa Socialite Case

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  1. wellokaythen says:

    Anyone correct me if I’m wrong here, but as I understand it, “adultery” is an actual criminal offense in the military. I don’t know if either of the two are married, but that could be one of the issues involved. Another issue of conduct unbecoming would be if he used his work e-mail to send personal messages. (I’m not saying either of these should be actionable offenses, just that currently they are.)

  2. Richard Aubrey says:

    adultery is a crime in the military. Bad enough as it is, the likelihood of one or another party being in superior.subordinate rank leads to all kinds of bad stuff.
    My question is whether the general, after all of this communicating, had enough time to do his job.

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