Unformatted text preview: what the Lieutenant firmly believes. He hates the idea of a free thinker so much that he is willing to nail him to the wall in order to stop the growth of free thinking and questioning. He knows that his superior rank will easily let him reprimand Clevinger, because of the powers found in the chain of command and the lack of authority reason and logic has in the system. It seems really interesting how guilt can be determined even before the charges can be created, and how corrupted and abused the system can be. If your superior officer doesn’t like you then you can be put up on chargers at a whim, and all the evidence needed can be found in the testimony of a few select others....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ENGL 1105 taught by Professor Skholloway during the Fall '08 term at Virginia Tech.
- Fall '08