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Topic - Claudia Kennedy
This was once a serious country with serious newspapers, back in the day when they were edited by serious editors and a man had the right to confront an accuser before she was allowed to destroy his reputation, career and even his life. Herman Cain doesn't look like Jack the Ripper, but Scotland Yard never pursued Mr. Ripper with the passion of the newspapers and television networks so hot after Mr. Cain.
A look at some noted scandals involving the U.S. military
Lt. Gen. Claudia Kennedy said nothing at the time, holding her fire until ready, and she was ready several years later, when the man who had offended her was up for promotion.
Gen. Kennedy said she made the accusations after Gen. Smith was picked to be the deputy inspector general, a job that would put him in charge of all investigations into personnel misconduct.