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No Pushback on Plan to Arrest General Kevin P. Byrnes
By Donald V. Watkins
©Copyrighted and Published (via Facebook) on March 1, 2016
Since we made these two announcements, there has been absolutely no pushback from the Pentagon or any federal law enforcement officials on our plan to arrest General Byrnes. Back-channel communications in Washington suggest that the current Pentagon leadership wants General Byrnes arrested and held accountable for the murder of Private Johnson. However, they do not want to initiate criminal proceedings themselves. The arrest will be used as a triggering event for the Pentagon to reopen its 2005 investigation into Private Johnson’s death.
The murder of Private Johnson and subsequent cover-up by the Pentagon occurred on the watch of President George Bush and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. There is no longer any perceived strategic value or vested interest in the Pentagon carrying out a cover-up of Private Johnson’s murder for the purpose of protecting General Byrnes.
Rumsfeld fired Byrnes as an Army general on August 8, 2005. His close military friends are no longer in positions of power and influence. Byrnes, who now works as a top executive at Raytheon, is presently viewed by the Pentagon as a "liability".
Interestingly, General Byrnes has not demanded a retraction of our designation of him as Private Johnson’s murderer. In Alabama, “truth” is a complete defense to any defamation of character legal action. No such action has been threatened, and such is not likely to occur in the future.
Our arrest team has been assembled and is making detailed plans for General Byrnes’ arrest. He will not be arrested at his home or place of work. Byrnes’ arrest will be effectuated in a professional manner and in accordance with state and federal laws.