Clearly what's good for one person is good for another or what's good for one is good for all. Isn't that only fair? Devoid of double standards? Not being a hypocrite? Using normal reason?
Shouldn't Hillary face the same kind of sanctions as others, or shouldn't others be "off the hook" like she is? Scot-free? Back in the saddle? Back in the Marine Corps with full benefits and no penalties or consequences?
“We will now proceed to a real court and prove that Commandant Amos and his generals illegally retaliated against Major Brezler because they were more concerned with politics and their careers than the lives of their Marines and the service of a good Marine who did the right thing,” Bowe said in an e-mailed statement. “I look forward to their cross-examination.”
The decision comes as a related lawsuit filed by the family of one of the Marines killed remains pending against the service in federal court. It alleges that the service ignored Brezler’s warning that the police chief, Sarwar Jan, was corrupt and sexually abusing children, allowing for the Aug. 10, 2012, ambush in which Lance Cpl. Gregory Buckley, 21; Staff Sgt. Scott Dickinson, 29; and Cpl. Richard Rivera Jr., 20; were killed at Forward Operating Delhi, a Marine Corps outpost in Helmand province’s Garmsir district. A fourth Marine sustained five gunshot wounds but survived."
Jason Brezler, currently a member of the NYC Fire Department, graduated from the Naval Academy in 2000 and went directly into the military. From his Linkedin profile: United States Marine Corps: Previous service with: 8th Engineer Battalion, 4th Civil Affairs Group (CAG), 2nd Battalion, 25th Marines, 1st Battalion, 24th Marines, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines in billets that have included: CAG team leader, platoon commander, company executive officer, detachment commander, battalion assistant operations officer and company commander. Forward deployed on several occasions in support of OIF in Iraq and OEF in Southern Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Most recently served as the Operations Officer for the USMC's CBIRF (Chemical Biological Incident Response Force) Reserve Element. Presently enrolled in Command and Staff College (Weekend Seminar).