Wednesday, January 23, 2013

General Allen Cleared Of Improper Behavior In Email Exchanges

General Petraeus (left and General Allen (right). Reuters

Pentagon Investigation Clears Gen. Allen Of Improper Behavior In Email Exchanges -- NBC

The Defense Department’s inspector general has found that allegations that Gen. John Allen engaged in inappropriate behavior in emails he exchanged with Tampa, Fla., socialite Jill Kelley were unsubstantiated.

"The IG cleared him," a defense official told NBC News, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Allen, the current commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan, has been nominated to be Supreme Allied Commander in Europe, but that promotion was put on hold when the IG investigation began. The defense official stressed that no decision has been made yet on whether his nomination will go forward again.

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More News On The Pentagon Clearing General Allen Of Improper Behavior

Pentagon Clears Commander Over E-Mails
-- New York Times
Top U.S. commander in Afghanistan cleared in Pentagon inquiry -- Reuters
General John Allen cleared of misconduct for exchanging 'racy' emails with Petraeus scandal socialite Jill Kelley -- Daily Mail
US Afghan commander cleared in Petraeus email case -- AP
General Allen Inquiry Finds No Evidence of Wrongdoing -- Bloomberg Businessweek
General John Allen cleared over 'inappropriate' emails -- BBC
Gen. Allen cleared in email investigation linked to the Petraeus scandal -- Miami Herald/McClatchy news
Cleared of Wrongdoing, General Allen Wants to Get Back to His Old Life -- The Atlantic
Top Afghanistan General Cleared in Email Ethics Probe -- Danger Room

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