US' Army General (Retired) Arrested For Child Rape


A resigned general has been charged by the US armed force with assaulting a minor a few times between 1983 and 1989. 

Subsequent to leaving the military, Major General James Grazioplene functioned as VP for DynaCorp Global for a long time, the private military temporary worker at the heart of various international child sex scandals. 

Grazioplene's associations with DynCorp ought to quickly raise a warning says the Free Thought Project. 

The organization has been entangled in a few abnormal state outrages including the abuse and trafficking of kids for sex, dating as far back as the Bosnia strife amid Bill Clinton's residency as US President. 

Grazioplene confronts life in jail and the loss of his benefits if indicted the charges.

According to CBS news:

The Army did not say where the alleged crimes happened. Grazioplene was based at North Carolina’s Fort Bragg from 1988 to 1990, the station reports.
Grazioplene, of Gainesville, Virginia, entered the Army in March 1972 as an armor officer, according to the Army Times. Before his 2005 retirement, Grazioplene was assigned to the Pentagon as the Director of Force Development, Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment, according to a Military District of Washington statement obtained by the paper.
There is no statute of limitations for these charges and as a retiree, Grazioplene is still subject to military law, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, reports USA Today.
The Army alleged “six specifications of rape of a minor on multiple occasions,” the paper reports.
Grazioplene is expected to face a hearing to determine whether the case goes to court martial. He did not respond to a request for comment from the paper.

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