Jill Kelley’s amazing power over men
Remember the FBI agent friend of Jill Kelley’s who, at Kelley’s request, initiated the investigation into the intimidating e-mails she was receiving that accused her of acting like the Queen Bee at the Tampa headquarters of U.S. Central Command? I’ve already referred to this amazing aspect of the story in an earlier entry today, but here is a fuller account from Foreign Policy via Mark Steyn, who writes:
While we’re wondering whether Jill Kelley, the woman accused by the mistress of the former U.S. commander in Afghanistan, is in fact the mistress of the current U.S. commander in Afghanistan, let’s not forget the FBI guy who got the Pentagon version of La Ronde rolling:Steyn adds:
There was a terrific WWII movie called Four Jills in a Jeep (Martha Raye, Betty Grable, Alice Faye, the works). Maybe they should remake it as One Jill in Four Jeeps.
Ms. Kelley, a volunteer with wounded veterans and military families, brought her complaint to a rank-and-file agent she knew from a previous encounter with the F.B.I. office, the official also said. That agent, who had previously pursued a friendship with Ms. Kelley and had earlier sent her shirtless photographs of himself, was “just a conduit” for the complaint, he said. He had no training in cybercrime, was not part of the cyber squad handling the case and was never assigned to the investigation.This makes the agent’s behavior less outrageous and perverse. Several reports, two of which I’ve quoted, make it seem that he sent the shirtless photo after Kelley had asked him to get the FBI to investigate the e-mails.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at November 13, 2012 10:19 PM | Send