"Pentagon IG often makes reports on
generals' misdeeds hard to access"!
An article on MilitaryTimes
reports, in part:
"The spirit of “Catch-22” lives on at the Pentagon’s Office of the Inspector General."
"At the inspector general’s office, investigative reports into the misdeeds of some of the military’s generals, admirals and top civilian employees are available to the public only if you ask for them. But how do you know which reports to ask for? They won’t tell you. You’ll have to figure that out for yourself."
"Despite the personal sacrifices all of these officers have endured during their long years of military service, they work for the taxpayers, not the other way around. When they stray, as more of them seem to have done recently, the public deserves to know, particularly if the investigations and the people who run them are paid by taxpayer money."
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which lists several examples of reports...
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