A top general caught up in the scandal that forced former CIA Director David Petraeus to resign has been cleared of allegations that he wrote potentially inappropriate e-mails to Jill Kelley, the woman who claimed she was being threatened by Paula Broadwell, a U.S. defense official tells CNN.
The Department of Defense Inspector General has cleared Gen. John Allen (pictured), who currently is completing his post leading U.S. troops in Afghanistan and is in the running to be the next Supreme Allied Commander Europe and the military head of NATO.
"The IG has found the allegations against General Allen to be unsubstantiated. There have been no decisions made on General Allen's nomination to NATO," the official told CNN.FULL STORY
He looks too gruff and stern. I bet he is bad constipated.
Stewed prunes or fiber would greatly enhance his outlook on life.
Boorish bore is boorish.
Oh the boredom of this kids fascination with people he doesn't know. WRONG AGAIN!
Who did he pay off?