Thanks to Lori Price of Citizens for Legitimate Government for featuring this story from http://www.boston.com/news/nation/washington/articles/2010/07/23/pentago...
Could it be that in order to get a top secret or higher security clearance, the government has to be absolutely certain that it can control you, and therefore gives preference to child molesters who fear exposure? I know from personal experience working for a very brief time as a civilian at a Navy base, that not only did they have a child molesting ring there, but that they also tried to lure people into taking part so that they'd have something to hold over them and be able to control them totally. Many of those with the highest security clearances and the top jobs were involved with the child molesting ring, but it was impossible to prove as the children were disbelieved and the only adults in a position to blow the whistle were those who would also have incriminated themselves.
It seems from the story that because the perps had high-level security clearances, the investigations were kept secret. Who better to commit crimes than those who know that their activities will be considered state secrets?
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