The former Vice President of DynCorp, the private military company at the center of human trafficking allegations, has been charged with multiple counts of rape of a minor, in the latest high-level pedophile bust.
The Army has stated that their investigation remains open, but so far, General James Grazioplene is being charged with six specifications of rape of a minor on multiple occasions between 1983 and 1989.
Former International Police Task Force Officer, and ex-UN peacekeeper, Kathryn Bolkovac, recently blew the whistle on DynCorp’s human trafficking activities, exposing their involvement in the child sex trade in which they were responsible for selling children into Elite pedophile rings in the US from war-stricken countries they were drafted to by the United States Government.
According to DM, there were no further details released about the case and it is unclear why the charges are only now being brought against Mr. Grazioplene.
NY Daily News reported that Grazioplene retired in 2005 after serving as the director of force development in the Pentagon’s Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment.
Grazioplene’s Linkedin page revealed that he served as the Vice President of DynCorp from 2012 to 2015.
He also acted as the CEO for Mission Readiness LLC, a joint venture run by private military groups DynCorp International, Force Protection Industries, Oshkosh Defense and McLane Advanced Technologies which worked to provide U.S. and Coalition forces with vehicle maintenance in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Kuwait.
The conviction of their former Vice President is the latest in a string of sexual misconduct cases that have plagued DynCorp over the years.
Disobedient Media has previously highlighted a number of these incidents, including scandals in Afghanistan and the Balkans, where DynCorp employees actively facilitated abuse of minors and even worked with organized crime groups to engage in human trafficking.