Pentagon Says Bush Records of Service Were Destroyed
By RALPH BLUMENTHAL
New York Times
HOUSTON, July 8 – Military records that could help establish President Bush’s whereabouts during his disputed service in the Texas Air National Guard more than 30 years ago have been inadvertently destroyed, according to the Pentagon.
It said the payroll records of “numerous service members,” including former First Lt. Bush, had been ruined in 1996 and 1997 by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service during a project to salvage deteriorating microfilm. No back-up paper copies could be found, it added in notices dated June 25
The destroyed records cover three months of a period in 1972 and 1973 when Mr. Bush’s claims of service in Alabama are in question. […]
Accessed at: Word From The Wise
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Inadvertently? Really?! And they realised that now?
Do they really expect the people to believe that? Hmm… The elections (IF they are ever held) should answer that question…
No wonder then, that we are living in an age of intelligence lapses. Or should I say Intelligence lacunaes?