That Major again...

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#2
... expected to receive an administrative discharge, not a dishonourable discharge, meaning he would be allowed to keep his Army pension.
So what does a man have to do to get a dishonourable discharge then?!  :mad:
Why on earth should he be allowed to keep his pension?!  :mad:
I hope this is a case of misreporting :mad:
 
#3
I thought this mad Major was up in court again for an insurance scam?  If that's so, surely his 18-month prison sentence, suspended for two years now comes into play, meaning he goes inside if convicted?? ??
 
#4
If you re-read the story it reports that a family friend says that it is Ingram who predicts an administrative discharge, which is more likely than not to be at odds with the view that the Board is likely to take, opting for a dishonourable discharge of they can do it. I suspect given his conviction that this is more likely than not.
 
#6
I thought a jail sentance reguardless of banged up or suspended meant discharge, why are we wasting our time with this crooked disgrace and why are we paying for his house. Do the honourable fall on your sword!
 
#9
Old news I think. Isn't he an author now?

His children are at the same school as mine - which thus provides some excellent coughing opportunities - very childish, but very very satisfying.
 
#10
Winchester's debut story, The Network, was published in April 2006. His second story, Deep Siege, is published in September 2007. I am currently writing a biography of the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? affair titled Major Injustice before returning to Winchester's third story.
Please do not hesitate to contact either me, my agent or my publisher with your enquiry. Happy reading!
From his 'official' website :roll:
 
#11
Same old story.....if ya comissioned and do something wrong!!!! a gentle handshake and goodbye with pension......But if you are a OR a administrative discharge and a kick in the arrse does the trick.....Seen it so many times on PSMB ......(history repeating itself)
 
#12
pimpernel said:
I thought a jail sentance reguardless of banged up or suspended meant discharge, why are we wasting our time with this crooked disgrace and why are we paying for his house. Do the honourable fall on your sword!
Bloody Hell pimpernel - how on earth did you dig up this thread from 2003???
 
#13
Interesting that each of the wonderfully positive reviewers of Ingram's book on Amazon, have never taken the trouble to review any of the other books, they have ever read. Which is mighty unusual on Amazon!

Methinks, Chris Tarrant probably hasn't had the opportunity to read it yet, being that he's been in tied up with solicitors and all of that.
 
#14
chimera said:
pimpernel said:
I thought a jail sentance reguardless of banged up or suspended meant discharge, why are we wasting our time with this crooked disgrace and why are we paying for his house. Do the honourable fall on your sword!
Bloody Hell pimpernel - how on earth did you dig up this thread from 2003???
If only Pimpernel had waited another 5 days, he would have been in the running for the longest zombie thread at more than 4 years!

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#15
ABrighter2006 said:
Interesting that each of the wonderfully positive reviewers of Ingram's book on Amazon, have never taken the trouble to review any of the other books, they have ever read. Which is mighty unusual on Amazon!

Methinks, Chris Tarrant probably hasn't had the opportunity to read it yet, being that he's been in tied up with solicitors and all of that.
Or are you suggesting that maybe the reviews are maybe written by someone "closer to home"? (Allegedly)
 
#16
Sorry troops sad git as I am saw this from my Oxfordshire garret and had an apoplectic fit-red haze and straight to the keyboard-its official I am a muppet!
Leave to carry on sir please
 
#17
chimera said:
ABrighter2006 said:
Interesting that each of the wonderfully positive reviewers of Ingram's book on Amazon, have never taken the trouble to review any of the other books, they have ever read. Which is mighty unusual on Amazon!

Methinks, Chris Tarrant probably hasn't had the opportunity to read it yet, being that he's been in tied up with solicitors and all of that.
Or are you suggesting that maybe the reviews are maybe written by someone "closer to home"? (Allegedly)
I couldn't possibly comment!

Although geographically, one is in Wiltshire, which smells a bit - or maybe, he's got a secret admirer at Tidworth. :)

I note with real interest that Ingram now touts himself around the after-dinner circuit - not quite up there with John Major and Norman Lamont in the money stakes I guess, but if he is invited to speak at any military establishments near Minley in the future, be sure to let me know! :lol:
 

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