DEVELOPING FRIDAY – CONFIRMATION FROM THE NATIONAL GUARD….
By John Byrne | Raw Story Editor
Federal code unearthed by RAW STORY finally lays to rest questions of whether President George W. Bush was absent without leave during the time he served in the Texas Air National Guard.
The research, conducted by Paul Lukasiak over the past four months, proves that Bush was absent without leave under the law.
His superior officers could not have approved, nor could they have ignored, five straight months of missed training sessions between May and September of 1972.
You can read the article documenting the proof that he never made up these training sessions here.
According to the 1972 edition of the Universal Code of Military Justice, Section 886, Article 86,"Absence Without Leave,” subparagraph three, any member of the armed forces is considered AWOL if he, without authority, “absents himself or remains from his unit, organization, at which he is required to be at the time prescribed.”
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