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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Robert Hogue
A Marine Corps whistleblower says the Pentagon is investigating whether higher-ups retaliated against him for filing complaints against the Marine commandant.
The Marine Corps' war against an officer who has accused the commandant of wrongdoing intensified this week: Headquarters identified Maj. James Weirick as a potential Washington Navy Yard-type killer.
When the constant rewind of the airplanes slamming into buildings, fireballs and faces stricken with grief became overwhelming, most of the world could at least turn off the TV or put down a newspaper. But for those directly affected by the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, those images remain as constant and vivid as the warm, sunny day on which they occurred.
Gen. Amos' legal adviser, Robert Hogue, told the Marine Corps Times that Maj. Weirick's assertive email to a potential witness in the inspector general's investigation made headquarters worry about another Washington Navy Yard massacre.