Womanizing Abortion Advocate Lt Cmdr Tim Murphy Trains CAP Cadets

Tim Murphy and Civil Air Patrol CadetTim Murphy and Civil Air Patrol Cadet

By AuxBeacon News Staff

In this photo, Lt. Cmdr. Tim Murphy, a psychologist with the Navy Reserve Medical Service Corps at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at Bethesda, and the U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional district, sprays fake blood on the bandages of a Civil Air Patrol cadet. This effort was part of the preparation for the July 2014 National Disaster Medical System Exercise at the Pittsburgh International Airport. The photo is credited to Senior Airman Marjorie A. Bowlden.

Story Update

In October 2017, reports emerged that 64 year old Congressman Tim Murphy had encouraged his 32 year old lover, Shannon Edwards, to abort her pregnancy despite holding a strict public anti-abortion stance. Text messages were exposed showing that Shannon Edwards, rightfully, objected to the hypocrisy.

Murphy is a member of the House Pro-Life Caucus who sponsored the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. A post on Facebook page proclaimed “we’ve had great victories to protect the sanctity of life in the first weeks of this New Year!”

House Speaker Paul Ryan later announced that Civil Air Patrol advocate Tim Murphy had tendered his resignation effective October 21, 2017. Follow up investigations described a culture of endemic abuse and harassment in Murphy’s congressional office.

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1 Comment on "Womanizing Abortion Advocate Lt Cmdr Tim Murphy Trains CAP Cadets"

  1. On Lt Cmdr Tim Murphy from 2014 who was actually promoted by the Navy to the rank of Commander:

    Under the Uniform Code of Military Justice, adultery is a crime that can be prosecuted under Article 134, which includes “any offense which is of a nature to bring discredit upon the armed forces, or conduct which is prejudicial to good order and discipline.”

    To prove such a case, a prosecutor must show not only that an act of extramarital sex occurred between the two parties, but also that it brought discredit to the armed forces.

    A military commander makes that determination.

    If charges are not filed, the individual’s command can separately request an administrative separation.

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