The Art of Plausible Deniability

The Art of Plausible Deniability

HOW DOES A “NO RECORDS” RESPONSE BECOME “CLASSIFIED IN THE INTEREST OF NATIONAL DEFENSE?” by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 6, 2016) — On September 28, the widow of a civilian contractor stationed in Afghanistan at the time of his death on June 19, 2012 filed an appeal to a September 6 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) […]

How Far Will “Domestic Terrorists” Go to Silence Soldier’s Advocates?

How Far Will “Domestic Terrorists” Go to Silence Soldier’s Advocates?

PHONES, COMPUTERS REPORTED “HACKED” IN “RELENTLESS ATTACKS,” COSTING THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS; STALKING ALSO REPORTED by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 5, 2016) — The primary power of attorney (POA) and another advocate for a U.S. Army soldier injured three years ago who was forced to submit to an unscheduled  psychological evaluation last Thursday while on leave have […]

Police “Misconduct” or Purposeful Omission?

Police “Misconduct” or Purposeful Omission?

CIVILIAN PD SEEKS TO INTERVIEW SOLDIER ALLEGING BRUTALITY MORE THAN THREE YEARS LATER by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 13, 2016) —[Editor’s Note:  As in our first article on this topic, the following is not for children.] In December of last year, a Virginia Commonwealth’s Attorney asked the state police to open an investigation into the Petersburg […]