WASHINGTON, DC — A now-former Army General and president of Dyncorp is facing six charges of rape, according to reports.
Major General James Grazioplene for rapes that reportedly occurred in the 1980s and faces life in prison if convicted.
The alleged victim is a minor, according to reports, but many details surrounding the case have not been made public yet.
It would not be the first time that Dyncorp’s name has come up in relation to sex crimes.
The army has charged Graziopelene with six alleged counts of rape of a minor which likely happened in the 1980s.
The former General retired from his position as the director of force development for the Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment at the Pentagon, but he will be forced to come out of retirement to face his charges in court…
For anyone who isn’t familiar with the story preceding this news, Dyncorp has also been linked with major pedophilia. This includes several of their employees purportedly exploiting adolescent boys and possible connections to Jeffrey Epstein’s child trafficking to Haiti.
See the video below where Cynthia McKinney grills Donald Rumsfeld about Dyncorp and human trafficking, including the buying and selling of young children.