An Air Force Captain is being court-martialed for his relationship with his wife . . . before they were married. He could face up to 28 years in prison if convicted of all nine counts against him.
He broke the rules saying you can’t date or have sexual relations with any enlisted person. He admits his actions were wrong and believes his military career is over.
His wife served fifty days in jail for lying about her relationship with her husband . . . and disobeyed orders to stay away from him.
She was demoted and is expected to be discharged. The obvious question here is, why are the standards so much higher for people in the military, and not for the Commander in Chief . . . the President?
If an enlisted person can spend 50 days in jail for lying, why isn’t her Commander in Chief held to the same standards? It would be interesting to see what type of punishment this enlisted woman would have received if it had been the Commander in Chief she had been having an affair with.
Would she still have spent 50 days in jail . . . and would he be facing 28 years in prison for lying?
This is Nina May, just curious as to how blind justice really is.