He's just a hero, not a Clinton.
Maj. Jason Brezler has dedicated his life to protecting his fellow Americans — first as a Marine fighting in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and now as a Marine reservist and member of the Fire Department of New York.
But despite his service, Brezler was forced out of the Marine Corps in 2015 for sharing one classified email during his 15 years of service.
The Washington Post reports that Brezler was stateside when he sent an email in 2012 warning his deployed colleagues about an Afghan police chief, Sarwar Jan, who worked at their post and was “crooked” and “sexually abused” boys, attaching a classified document including allegations that he was part of the Taliban.
His warning fell on deaf ears. More than two weeks later, one of the older boys – who was a victim of Jan’s abuse – shot and killed three Marines, wounding a fourth.