CAP Tactics: Shuffle, Slander & Shut Down

CAP Col Tom KettellCAP Col Tom Kettell, Rocky Mountain Region Commander

By AuxBeacon News Staff

CAP under-bosses are at it again with tactics they have learned from the U.S. Air Force. Whenever abuse, fraud or petty crime is exposed, CAP perpetrators are merely shuffled around into different positions. Those who followed the regulations and reported the abuse are defamed through slander and libel. Whenever a sufficient number of CAP members have been made aware of the leadership transgressions, units are starved and then shutdown.

From Florida to Colorado and all the way to Hawaii, this tactic is in full court press and is undermining recruitment efforts for the organization. CAP Col Tom Kettell, featured above was recently moved from his role as the CAP National IG to command Rocky Mountain Region. Kettell is now infamous for intimidating professionals who worked to report CAP violations around the nation. He has covered up his fair share of CAP IG complaints. It has earned him a slot to command in Vazquez’s nefarious administration.

If you have current information you would like to share regarding this continued graveyard spiral to include intimidation of members or the eradication of Civil Air Patrol units, please feel free to provide through our contact form.

1 Comment on "CAP Tactics: Shuffle, Slander & Shut Down"

  1. ECIM Deletions | May 17, 2018 at 18:37 | Reply

    I can help you confirm that evidence files provided by whistleblowers are often deleted from Civil Air Patrol’s Electronic Complaint Information System so as to shield guilty commanders and inspectors who are tapped for higher duty positions.

    This is just like the US law enforcement official who was compelled to leak records of financial transfers to Trump crony Michael Cohen because files were being deleted from FINCEN, the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network.

    That whistleblowing official told a journalist that “I have never seen something pulled off the system… That system is a safeguard for the bank. It’s a stockpile of information. When something’s not there that should be, I immediately became concerned. That’s why I came forward.”

    I’m telling you that CAP IGs, just like Tom Kettell are inappropriately rewarded to make problems of evidence and whistleblowers disappear. Check your email.

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