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Topic - Gary Kreep
A sergeant will be discharged for criticizing President Obama on Facebook in a case that called into question the Pentagon's policies about social media and its limits on the speech of active-duty military personnel, the Marine Corps said Wednesday.
A felon once imprisoned for fraud is raising money in the name of Herman Cain and profiting off of it through a company he owns. It is the second group raising large amounts of Cain cash that has a history of collecting millions of dollars through politically charged mailings and spending hardly any of it on politics.
President Obama has bestowed the nation's highest military honor on two Army privates killed during the Korean War.
"As long as he wants to pursue this, we will be supporting him," said Mr. Kreep, who is executive director of the United States Justice Foundation, an advocacy group.
Gary Kreep, an attorney for Mr. Stein, said he would pursue administrative appeals within the Marine Corps, but anticipates the effort will fail.