It Wasn’t “Bodies” in the Woods That They Found This Time

…but it sure as HELL was people’s lives lost out there.

More than 1,800 vets’ records intentionally destroyed or misfiled by 2 clerks

ST. LOUIS — More than 1,800 personnel records for U.S. veterans were destroyed or misfiled by two student employees of the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis County, federal criminal court documents show.

One of the student employees, Lonnie Halkmon, 28, was sentenced Thursday to two years of probation and ordered to perform 40 hours of community service. The other, Stanley Engram, 21, is scheduled to be sentenced Feb. 7. Both pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of destruction of government records and faced probation to six months in prison under federal sentencing guidelines.

Engram’s guilty plea says that 241 military records were found in the woods near the center on July 3, 2012, with 300 names and Social Security numbers visible on the documents.

TWO years ago and we’re just now hearing about it, AND the slap on the wrist the lazy shitbirds got for what amounts to vaporizing years of a person’s life?

One Response to “It Wasn’t “Bodies” in the Woods That They Found This Time”

  1. JeffS says:

    That gives me a warm and fuzzy about the DoD, it sure does.


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