Marine Links Petraeus to Sister’s Pedophile Paperclip Entrapment and Jarrett Women and Girls
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked today’s announcement of the resignation of CIA Director David Petraeus to the Abel Danger research which has exposed his sister Kristine Marcy’s apparent deployment of Femme Comp C4 agents in the DOJ Pride Pedophile Paperclip Entrapment service and Valerie Jarrett’s use of same-sex pedophile pimps in the White House Council of Women and Girls.
“David Petraeus of the CIA resigns after affair with biographer turned up in FBI probe [directed by NAPA boss Marcy]”
Valerie Jarrett Introduces the Council on Women and Girls Website
“Ambassador Stevens Snuffed Before Blowing Whistle-DOJ Pride & SBA-Hillary Clinton Sanctioned [through Jarrett’s FCI cloud of Femme Comp Women and Girls]”
“Petraeus’ biographer Paula Broadwell under FBI investigation over access to his email, law enforcement officials say
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Paula Broadwell with Gen. David Petraeus.
By Richard Engel, NBC News
The biographer for resigning CIA Director David Petraeus is under FBI investigation for improperly trying to access his email and possibly gaining access to classified information, law enforcement officials told NBC News on Friday.
Paula Broadwell is the author of Petraeus’ biography, “All In.” She had extensive access to Petraeus in Afghanistan and has given numerous television interviews speaking about him.
Petraeus resigned Friday, citing an extramarital affair. The woman involved was not identified.
The law enforcement officials said they do not believe the FBI investigation will result in any criminal charges. They also stressed that Petraeus is not under investigation.
The CIA declined all comment on the case. Broadwell could not be reached for comment.
Broadwell’s Twitter account describes her as a national security analyst and Army veteran. A biography on her website, which went offline Friday evening, said she is married to a radiologist and has two children, both boys. The family lives in Charlotte, N.C. The biography said she is a West Point graduate and a research associate at Harvard University’s Center for Public Leadership and a doctoral candidate in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London.
Richard Engel is NBC News’ chief foreign correspondent. NBC News’ Robert Windrem, Kristen Welker, Michael Isikoff and Pete Williams contributed to this report.
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