Wednesday, October 26, 2005
Accroding to the St. Pete Times, SOCom, the United States Special Operations Command, has had its share of white collar related problems within its ranks. In this past month alone, the St. Pete Times reported on the "widening" of a bribery scandal. (see post here) Yesterday, the St. Pete Times provided a listing of some of the titles of articles they have published on SOCom, "the military arm that overseas the nation's elite commmandos such as the Green Berets and the Navy SEALS." The titles of these articles included "SOCom Target of Bribery Investigation," and "SOCom Hides $20-million from Congress." (see article here - titled "Despite Problems, SOCom Carries On). Paul De La Garza of the St. Pete Times provides an in depth report in this article of investigations, responses by SOCom, etc.