Who urinated in her boots? A mystery at a California military base brings cover-up claims

The defiling of one woman’s boots has led to allegations that high-ranking officers tried to bury the incident.

Some have taken to calling the ongoing saga “Pissgate.”

Who urinated in her boots? A mystery at a California military base brings cover-up claims

The incident at the Fresno base of the California Air National Guard has led to three investigations and allegations that high-ranking officers tried to bury what happened, including by destroying evidence.


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  1. This is actually news worthy?

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  2. This is why we can’t have nice things.

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  3. You’d be pissed If this happened to you!

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  4. When I was in the Marine Corps and someone urinated in a staff sergeant’s boot there would have been no complaint made to officers, more like, ” Go away Sir, this is NCO business.” And then there would be hell to pay until someone fessed up and case closed.

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  5. 🙋‍♂️It was Amazon CEO Jeff Bezo🤡

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  6. DID YOU ORDER THE CODE YELLOW!?!?!

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  7. It’s important because high ranking people are covering it up. If they can cover this, then they can cover anything they want; including crimes, violence or sexual assaults.

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  8. Puss-in-Boots is now Piss-in-Boots!😂😂

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  9. pissgate? really? when uringate was right there?

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  10. Then the highest rank personnel who should be the ones to pay then and now

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  11. “On a March morning four years ago, Pineda was about to dress into a uniform she had stored overnight in a stall in the women’s bathroom when she made a foul discovery…Someone had urinated in her boots.” – Oh, my. This certainly rates as one of the foremost unresolved mysteries of the past decade. Perhaps the LA Times can stretch this into a 4-Part Series. Better yet, someone toilet-papered my trees (I mean it was TOILET PAPER for God’s sake!) last Halloween and when I called the Sheriff’s office they failed in their duty to investigate or even express sympathy for the violation of my property…how I can I feel safe now? Who do I call at the LA Times to cover this cover-up?

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