This Just Aint Right!

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  1. tyndale1946

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  2. JonC

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    My two cents - If it was her personal computer, then the USMC was wrong. If it was a government computer, then she was wrong.
     
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    From the link "She was found guilty of failing to go to her appointed place of duty, disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer, and four specifications of disobeying the lawful order of a noncommissioned officer."



    It sounds like she was trouble before this. I've seen joes het in a scrape with an NCO and then try to grasp at a straw of religion.



    Plain fact is, if anyone (higher rank or lower) tells you they don't like something personal on your desk, you have to remove it. Otherwise you are contributing to a hostile workplace.



    The fact that this is clearly not a religious liberty case, and that she failed to obey the order without checking to see if she could even fight the battle, tells me she wanted trouble. The proper course would have been to remove it, and then get the chaplain involved, and escalate it from there.



    And you can't pin failure to report on this at all, try as one might
     
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    Making the story about religion plays better with Fox's targeted audience.
     

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