Why Retired Military Brass Don't Want Torture - Los Angeles Times
"'None of us feels comfortable speaking out publicly,' said retired Rear Adm. John D. Hutson, who served as the Navy's judge advocate general from 1997 to 2000 and presided over the JAG corps' 1,600 members. 'That's not the nature of what military officers do…. [But we] care very, very much about the country and the military — and that's why [we] are speaking out.' "
JAG Hunter here: Add liar to the list of adjectives that includes criminal that can be employed to describe Rear Admiral John D. Hutson. The word unctuous comes to mind.
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