Talk:Thomas J. Fiscus

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Phrases like "to his credit" are used.

"Fiscus vigorously prosecuted airmen for all sorts of infractions without mercy."


Avocats (talk) 07:33, 9 December 2015 (UTC)

The Fiscus Website[edit]

The website created by the Fiscus is pretty gud: http://www.thomasjfiscus.net.

The dude pretty much lays it all out there. Some good reading and it puts it in perspective. I think he takes advantage of perceived political conspiracy theories in order to blame his troubles on Dick Cheney, but besides that he presents a compelling case that the charges against him are not as bad as they seem. Of course he says he is guilty of nothing. I believe the truth is that there may have been some violations, but not bad enough for an Article 15 or a bust of two grades. That bust of two grades costs him thousands of dollars every month. The common enlisted soldier sitting at Fort Leavenworth may not appreciate this sacrifice, but that is a pretty damning punishment and disproportionate to the wrong doing. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 141.116.212.23 (talk) 22:03, 21 September 2011 (UTC)

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