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Soldier Targeted by Pentagon Witch Hunt (Video Clip 5)

Maj. Christian “Kit” Martin went to war three times and lived to tell about it. In this video clip, however, he describes the beginning of another kind of battle he’s fighting, this time with the woman he thought was his legal wife. It’s a battle that reached the boiling point soon after he was assigned to the vaunted 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Ky.

The end of this battle will be coming to a head soon as Major Martin, 47, is scheduled to stand trial on bogus sexual assault charges inside a military courtroom at Fort Campbell, Ky., Dec. 1. If convicted, the Army Ranger and master Army aviator faces the possibility of spending 58 years behind bars.

To find out why things turned out the way they did, read the complete story. Afterward, please share it and let your voice be heard in opposition to this, the latest example of the Pentagon’s politically-correct sexual assault witch hunt ruining lives.

FYI: Stay tuned for updates as they surface!

Since this article was published, the date for Major Martin’s trial was changed. This article has been updated to reflect that change.

UPDATE 12/7/2015 at 8:30 a.m. Central: A military judge continued the military trial date for Army Maj. Christian “Kit” Martin to sometime in March 2016, though no specific date has been set.

UPDATE 12/10/2015 at 11:18 a.m. Central: I’ve learned that Major Martin’s military trial date is set for March 14-18, 2016.

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Intel Chief Remains in Post One Year After Call for His Ouster

One year ago at about this time, six members of Congress called for Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr. to resign after lying to Congress about the National Security Agency’s data collection programs. Today, however, he remains at the helm of the nation’s Intelligence Community.

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Unbeknownst to most Americans, another reason exists to justify calls for DNI Clapper’s resignation. I document that reason in my second nonfiction book, The Clapper Memo. The book not only reveals irrefutable evidence of his wrongdoing, but it also reveals never-before-published details from the interrogations of Guantanamo Bay detainees, Saddam Hussein’s “Deck of Cards” and others, including Taliban and al-Qaeda fighters in war zones.

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Former Special Forces Soldier Talks About Stresses of War

During one of several deployments to Iraq, Sgt. 1st Class Kelly A. Stewart’s Green Beret team conducted an all-intelligence-based mission set. That meant maintaining low-visibility and, basically, riding around dressed up like Iraqis and gathering intelligence during the day about the target sites that we were going to hit at some future moment in time.

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At one point, he said, his Special Forces unit generated 75 percent of national intelligence in Iraq proper. Not surprisingly, he was very compartmentalized about what he could talk about with anyone—including his wife and family—during that time.

“It’s very stressful, because you’re basically gathering intelligence on known insurgents and, sometimes, that intelligence doesn’t make it to where it needs to be in a timely manner and people die,” Stewart explained.

“If I found out that there was an IED laying in this road over here, I had to send this report up and try to convince a regular Army unit that I knew what I was talking about—that there’s this IED in the road,” Stewart said, noting the fact that, if leaders of that unit decided to ignore the intel he provided, “then they have a patrol that goes out there and a person dies.”

Another example Stewart pointed to involved having a source who couldn’t share information over the phone and would only share it in person.

“By the time he makes it through all the checkpoints and I make it,” Stewart said, “that intelligence is already old, because the action has already happened. It’s very stressful.”

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FLASHBACK: The Missouri Torch Interview

One year ago this month, Duane Lester of The Missouri Torch interviewed me about my second nonfiction book, The Clapper Memo, in which I reveal irrefutable evidence of an unconventional war being waged by polygraph loyalists against all challengers to their century-old credibility assessment technology. Watch the video below.

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