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Topic - Thomas Waldhauser
A Marine Corps officer who took on the top brass, and lost, has started a new career path in a legal job under the Pentagon's Joint Staff, not the Corps.
A House Republican says he is offended by the written response he received from Gen. James Amos, Marine Corps commandant, over punishment meted out to a whistleblower.
The Marine Corps' discipline proceedings in the infamous desecration of Taliban corpses has churned up deep divisions among the top brass.
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 on Friday laid the groundwork for deciding what, if any, disciplinary action will be taken in the case of an Internet video purporting to show Marine snipers urinating on dead bodies in Afghanistan.
Marine Lt. Gen. Thomas Waldhauser, who originally oversaw the urination investigation, told Capt. Clement's defense team that Gen. Amos gave him the unusual order to "crush" the eight defendants and kick them out of the Corps.
Gen. Amos declined to answer whether he was accusing Gen. Waldhauser of lying when the commandant told NPR he had never used the word "crushed."