The last “scandal” at the US Air Force Academy, regarding Operation Christmas Child, was reportedly initiated by a USAFA cadet forwarding an email to Michael Weinstein. Prior to that, the scandal-circuit had been pretty quiet — but not for lack of trying on Weinstein’s part. When there isn’t something to complain about, Weinstein has gone looking.
The law firm of Jones Day — which has assisted Weinstein in other cases — has been looking for information on “The Airman’s Bible and the Airman’s New Testament.” The Airman’s Bible was previously discussed; the “Airman’s New Testament” is similar. It seems the target is some indication, somewhere, that the Air Force was directly or indirectly involved in the production of the Air Force-themed Bibles.
The acknowledgements in the Bible do mention military members, and the Bible carries Air Force symbols, so the target is probably something, somewhere, that will incriminate someone…about something. Naturally, this hunt for an as-yet unknown smoking gun about an unknown problem will prove the obvious fact Christianity is preferred in the US military. Somehow.
In another case, Pam Zubeck of the CSIndy recently publicized a portion of a Weinstein fishing expedition: Weinstein is asking for names and processes surrounding the “Falcon Clips” published last year. Previously, the ominous observation was made that Weinstein seemed to be headhunting for people corresponding with this site.
That has now been confirmed by Read more…