The tragic shooting at Fort Hood was reported in mainstream media by a predictable line: heroic female cop brings an end to madman’s life. Michael Conzachi digs a bit deeper and asks questions that the media is yet to ask.
The American Military, like every other institution in western culture, is picking up torches and pitchforks and gone on a crusade against a sexual assault epidemic that does not exist. And as would be expected, the military is turning on its own to get the job done.
Military veteran Michael Conzachi has news of the proposed Military Justice Improvement Act in the USA. But it doesn’t look like the Guilty Until Proven Innocent mentality is going to go away, and new attempts to accomplish this same thing are likely to continue soon.
After years of preparation and political finagling, the US Military is preparing to put women on the front lines of combat alongside male soldiers. The question remains, however, are women up to the job? The answer is simple. No. Putting them in combat with just get more of our soldiers killed.
The Catch-22, when the rules prevent you from following the rules, is a well-known joke in the military. New legislation in the area of sexual misconduct and military justice will change the joke into a dangerous assault on US forces.
The United States government has been alive with activity about alleged sexual assaults in the military and true to form has clouded and obfuscated the issue with feminist rhetoric and hysterics. Michael Conzachi has had just about enough of it and wants some sanity back in uniform.
Francis Shivers, after being stalked, harassed, legally terrorized and falsely accused of numerous horrible acts, has been sentenced to nine months in jail for using his cell phone camera to defend himself. That is what having a vagina, a lot of money and a name like Pauley Perrette will get you.
As the headline says, the circus event of the Pauley Perrette vs Francis Shivers restraining order debacle continues. And it continues to further illustrate the problems endemic to a now dysfunctional system of family law that is quite simply out of control.
Private investigator Michael Conzachi has been doing some more digging into the case of Francis Shivers, and the deeper he goes the more interesting the case becomes. Details are coming, but for now Conzachi sends a notice to all concerned. Justice is on the way.
AVFM welcomes new contributor Michael Conzachi, a law enforcement veteran who has investigated the Pauley Perrette false allegation scam currently being conducted in the court of Judge Kathryn Solorzano. He sees problems that spread far past Hollywood, into the heart of our legal system.