Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Petraeus Helped the 'Unstable' Twin of the Other "Other" Woman

This is getting way off the charts nuts.

NyPo reports:
Gen. David Petraeus sure loved helping his lady friends.
While he was director of the CIA, Petraeus wrote a letter supporting the child-custody fight of the “psychologically unstable” twin sister of his close friend Jill Kelley — whose bombshell claims of being threatened by his lover led to the top spy’s resignation last week, sources told The Post. 
The four-star general’s letter to the court — written in the past two months — supported a motion to overturn a ruling made nearly a year earlier by a judge who resoundingly denied custody to Kelley’s sister, Natalie Khawam, because of serious reservations about her honesty and mental stability, court records show....
Petraeus wrote his letter amid a bitter divorce and custody battle between Khawam and Grayson Wolfe, a partner in a DC-based private venture firm.
A judge in November 2011 gave Wolfe sole custody of the couple’s son after finding that Khawam, a lawyer, repeatedly lied under oath and filed bogus domestic-violence and child-abuse claims against her husband after their one-year marriage began crumbling in 2009.
That judge also found that Khawam routinely defied court orders to let the child see his dad and sent harassing e-mails to Wolfe’s friends and business partners that “excoriated Mr. Wolfe for being a horrible father and husband.”
The judge blasted Khawam for giving false evidence, and noted that a court-ordered shrink had found her domestic-violence allegations to be “part of an ever-expanding set of sensational accusations . . . that are so numerous, so extraordinary and [so] distorted that they defy any common-sense view of reality.”


  1. Maybe we can close down the CIA now? Fiscal cliff solved.

  2. If we close the CIA who will the FBI investigate?

  3. Bullying is a big issue. They could keep their logo...Federal Bullying Investigators.

    Problem solved.

  4. On the surface one might think that this 'General Scandal' is due to a foreign power's desire to cause the elimination of the most able Generals in case of war.


    Anyone who imagines that General Officers engaging in adultery is scandalous material that would of itself cause media attention and resignations is out of their gourd. GENERAL OFFICER'S PROCLIVITIES HAVE BEEN WELL AND GENERALLY KNOWN FOR DECADES IF NOT CENTURIES.

    Look in the media archive and you will find a GO getting their fingers slapped for adultery EVERY YEAR. Yet, though the stories were written and filed - they were largely ignored.


    It is because people here who can influence the media - and not foreigners - want them to be interesting.

    The purpose would seem to be to eliminate certain officers from the ranks of the military.


    Well...do the powers that be trust them otherwise?

    If not, why not? What specific issues have been raised against veterans returning from overseas? What specific cautions have been delivered concerning active and former military?

    You must learn the Soviet art of reading between the lines.

    Pass it along.