Here is WaPo coverage of the latest turn in the Marine Corps’ bad publicity machine that.  Maj. James Weirick has filed a complaint with the Information Security Oversight Office, which oversees classification procedures across the federal government.

The former head of that office, J. William Leonard, endorsed his complaint.

“I am extremely concerned that the integrity of the classification system continues to be severely undermined by the complete absence of accountability in instances such as this clear abuse of classification authority,” he wrote in a letter to the agency’s directory, John P. Fitzpatrick.

And the drama continues.

3 Responses to “Marine Corps’ Corpse Desecration Cases Continue the Bad News for the Marine Corps”

  1. Sea Lawyer says:

    To recap:
    Heritage Brief, Judge Palmer, United States v. Salyer, Waldhauser Memo, Desecration Case Withdrawn, now this…  
    I guess it’s just been one of those years…

  2. Neutron73 says:

    It’s a “banner” year for the Marine Corps!  Yay!

  3. westcoat says:

    Don’t forge the crossover hit.  The legal advisor to the Capt Clement BOI was also the OIC of the legal office in the Salyer case.