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Retired navy lieutenant commander Stephen Rogers he is a former member of the FBI joint terrorism task force there gonna you join us thank you you're welcome.
I'm not sure -- -- heard Jennifer Griffin's report there but it's amazing we have that the military record now where they said and I'm quoting here he possesses unlimited potential and get it done attitude talent take that nation and yet.
-- this is a guy who was.
Cited for misconduct eight different times in the military military disorderly conduct unauthorized absence how the world did this guy fall through.
Trace I've been saying for the past 24 hours that every hour that we speak about this there's a new red flag.
Well the newest one I just learned on your broadcast is the company who apparently hired him said there were no red flags.
A Jonathan just went through a -- a red red flags simply put.
But there were no checks and balances they failed they dropped the ball a guy that that was involved in a gun incident in 2004.
Then in 2010.
And then you find out that the VA had to who have been conducting mental health Q -- sessions -- them.
No red flags it's it's outrageous.
And it's important point out that when you say his company said there was no -- red flags the company went through the Department of Defense to check him out and that was just back in the spring or back in jail and they checked -- not so that's where this came from I mean this guy hearing voices as you mentioned shooting the tires out of one guy in Washington State shooting through an apartment.
In in Texas I mean clearly hear something is amiss.
And what's -- -- his aide Karl in background investigation who ever conducted this investigation.
They have to find out what was on their mind I had I had a topsy for -- clearance back in the eighties and it was a very extensive investigation.
My neighbors -- visited -- prior employees were visited.
They want to know everything from soup to nuts about it took about a year.
If they found any slightest thing that would disqualifying me I would be disqualified this guy should have been disqualified.
During the first investigation which was back here in the 2000 Ford 2005.
Period of time and what's remarkable here.
Where was the follow up investigation juicy two -- three years after you get your initial -- report there's a final.
One that's -- that you you seem to be saying that the background checks are adequate at least in your case and in this case it wasn't adequate so so this is an -- Well something happened between the eighty's and ninety's and now -- now back when I was being.
Clear for clearance the NC IS naval criminal criminal investigative -- that all that I hear now that they're outsourcing a lot of this.
A background check so.
There is the breakdown right there and not -- the military better start thinking about what they're gonna do about this problem because look this is one time bomb that one off actually you know the guard when you have -- who signed you have snowed in you have this guy moves next.
My guess is the military has been thinking about this for at least the past 24 hours a retired navy lieutenant commander Stephen Rogers serve good you join us thank you you're welcome.
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