by Cher B. Willing | AuxBeacon News Contributor
[Editor’s note: We agree and this could be a good start. Thank you for your contribution.]
Soon after the story of Washington Wing’s Major Mark Norton having pimped a Civil Air Patrol cadet that he had statutory raped and groomed, [redacted], one of CAP’s blue-pill peddlers emerged on CAPTalk using pseudonym “TheSkyHornet” with this to say:
“…What need do you have to know right now? You don’t. There is nothing occurring that is your direct, immediate concern. This is indicative as a one-off, isolated incident between two members whose relationship became inappropriate outside the scope of the weekly CAP meeting.”
I want to firmly call-out this individual in a forum where [redacted] and Darin Ninness have no power to shut down the thread. If a concerned parent wants to ask questions of other members who might know something more about this or another case that exposes a trend and systemic problem, there is nothing wrong with attempting to do so. Some CAPTalk people, supported by Darin Ninness, are attempting to block public communication of two things:
1. Our utter disgust with Civil Air Patrol and Air Force leadership for permitting cover-ups and whistle-blower reprisals, and
2. Evidence that this is not “a one-off isolated incident” of Air Force and Air Patrol statutory rape or child abuse.
TheSkyHornet also stated:
“For the sake of the organization, I’d like to not see this blow up in the media on a national level. The less information CAP releases for the sake of providing general knowledge, the better. Read the news if you want details.”
This member’s preference is to hide the evidence of a systemic problem in our organization of monsters who believe they can use rank, ribbon and reward to intimidate and silence.
So I’m going to figuratively escort Mark Smith, Edward Phelka, TheSkyHornet and their followers by the nose and, with all the members of the House and Senate watching, lead them down into the excrement generated by members of Civil Air Patrol and the US Air Force which have been assembled here on Auxbeacon against the wishes of that same leadership.
The following cases of child abuse, sexual assault or physical assault involve members of Civil Air Patrol and/or the United States Air Force.
This is not all there is, this is all I have time to put together right now. I know there are many more. Maybe your other readers will add Civil Air Patrol and Air Force abuse cases to the list?
Here’s what happened on that CT thread.
jeders Global Moderator wrote:
Motion to close has been seconded, motion carries.
Right now, any discussion on this particular case will only be speculatory (sic) and, as previously pointed out, doesn’t help anyone. If and when new actual facts come out, if there is a reasonable request to do so, we will unlock the thread; until then, just make sure that you’re doing everything you can to provide the best program for those you can affect.
But that is not true at all. The list that I have started to assemble above is not speculative, it is fact. It is the very fact that these truly horrible people (IMO) are attempting to hide by their own confession.
“For the sake of the organization, I’d like to not see this blow up in the media on a national level. The less information CAP releases for the sake of providing general knowledge, the better. Read the news if you want details.” – TheSkyHornet
Shutting down the thread makes it appear that people in Civil Air Patrol know of many other cases that you have not yet found or presented on AuxBeacon, no?