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Fired Army General Charged Nearly $3,000 in Nightclub Visits to Government Credit Card 

According to the Department of Defense, the former top military aide to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter used his government credit card at gentlemen’s clubs in Korea and Italy last year. It is alleged that Army Major Gen. Ronald F. Lewis engaged in excessive drinking at the Candy Bar in Seoul, Korea, and the Cica Cica […]
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