We now have THREE reports to the effect that the Provost Marshal General was arrested or placed under house arrest at 6.00pm on Tuesday 20th November or on 21st November. We have a fourth report that the Provost Marshal General was 'fired', but as of 24th November, these reports are being backpedalled again, and we now have to advise that they cannot yet be confirmed. It was understood that his Number Two has taken over, but that cannot yet be confirmed either. The purge is thought to be being spearheaded by DOD Internal Affairs.
The Provost Marshal's arrest, if it actually took place (which is now uncertain again) will have reflected the fact that he failed on Tuesday 20th November to impose his will on the situation in accordance with his remit and oath as a commissioned officer, coupled with vigorous outside representations that decisive action along these lines needed to be taken immediately. Since the Provost Marshal General was present at, and a participant in, the corrupt round-table meeting in Washington, DC, at which Ambassador Wanta's unpaid prospective tax windfall payment of $1.575 trillion to the Treasury was being sliced up illegally, he has been in clear and gross dereliction of his duty, certainly warranting his immediate arrest, as we warned earlier. He could not have turned up at Citibank because he was engaged in gross, fraudulent and unconstitutional discussions at the Washington round-table conference. Hence his 'reported' arrest (as we flagged earlier).
I am reminded of the greatest contribution to the world of political science ever achieved in cinema. From the opening credits of Monty Python and the Holy Grail:
The directors of the firm hired to continue the credits after the other people had been sacked, wish it to be known that they have just been sacked.
The credits have been completed in an entirely different style at great expense and at the last minute.