In 1961, Dwight Eisenhower notoriously warned that the military-industrial complex, and its fusion between corporations and the armed forces was a true threat to democracy. Was pedophilia being covered up with corporate money and the military industrial “black budget” even then? If it wasn’t happening as far back as the 60s, it was likely happening at least 30 years ago or more, and the arrest of one retired Army General is proof. Fortunately, we may not have to sit and watch this horrendous practice happen much longer.
A retired Army General, James Grazioplene, and ex-U.S. military industrial contractor who was the president of Dyncorp now faces six separate rape charges. Is he among the first wave of elite-level pedophiles who will be brought to justice?
The army has charged Graziopelene with six alleged counts of rape of a minor which likely happened in the 1980s.
The former General retired from his position as the director of force development for the Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment at the Pentagon, but he will be forced to come out of retirement to face his charges in court. These charges are not specific, so it is possible that the six counts he is being charged with are just the beginning of a larger set of investigations and allegations. The military is being very hush-hush about what happened, and why it is bringing the charges up now, 30 years after the incidences allegedly happened.
Grazioplene faces life imprisonment if even one of the allegations can be proven to be true.
For anyone who isn’t familiar with the story preceding this news, Dyncor has also been linked with major pedophilia. This includes several of their employees purportedly exploiting adolescent boys and possible connections to Jeffrey Epstein’s child trafficking to Haiti.
This news also comes on the heels of John McCain’s campaign manager, Jeffrey Claude Bartleson, being arrested on pedophilia charges after an investigation revealed he may be part of a much larger ring. Police who commented on Bartleson’s arrest say his actions follow a pattern that has been happening since at least 1982.
This also comes just after the first U.S. senator was arrested for similar despicable behavior. Ralph Shortey (Republican, Oklahoma) faces multiple counts of pedophilia and child sex trafficking. Shortey was allegedly having sex with young boys at Motel 8s.
If this retired Army General goes down, too, it could mean a whole lot of pedophile-elites go tumbling down with him like a final kick to the dominos.