Today, a draft document labeled FOUOS (For Official Use Only-Sensitive) has confirmed that Jill Kelley, a central figure in the David Petraeus scandal, attended a high-level VIP Army Ball in 2011.
The document was sensitive because it contained, not only the names of the VIP’s, but also their personal phone numbers and home addresses.
Conservative Report has obtained the original draft files of the VIP Army Ball and pictures of the Kelley’s $1.4 million home.
Earlier today, an Italian site posted links to a downloadable.zip file for the Kelley residence, which one can find on Google. These files were made available just after the original list for the Army Ball was leaked, and contains a matching address for Jill Kelley.
Note: the file incorrectly concludes that Kelley was Petraeus’ mistress, but as it is from an overseas site, it is entirely possible that there was an error in translation from current news stories.
Interestingly enough, the more that is learned about this scandal, the more conservatives refuse to let the details become a distraction from the most important issue surrounding Gen. Petraeus; the testimony regarding the September 11 terrorist attack on the US in Benghazi.
The entire scandal almost seems too full of amazingly stupid details, and is almost as if this was the General’s option “B” for retirement.
Had this been manufactured just in case there was turmoil when Petraeus was planning to exit or retire? Most likely not. But the attention to the minutia is ridiculous.
Even today, we learned that Kelley had an “honorary Consul” license plate on her Mercedes. Something like this is normally left to free blogs, but not for this scandal---it is being covered by USA Today.
The leak itself poses a larger problem, as it reveals the home addresses of not only Army officials, but also members of the CIA and the NSA---which is information that is normally closely guarded, by law.
Editors Note: Conservative Report has elected to keep the linked Army VIP Ball document confidential, but has posted a screen-shot (below) "for verification purposes only."