FBI Agents Uncover Details of Love Affair!? General Petraeus and Arizona AG Tom Horne Share Same Doghouse

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What do General Petraeus and Arizona AG Tom Horne have in common? Quite a bit, as it turns out.

Americans have been learning in the last few days of how FBI agents uncovered evidence of an extramarital affair of a top official.

The official, of course, is former CIA Director and U.S. Army rock star General David Petraeus, who announced on Friday he would resign his post after news of the affair surfaced.

But that story should sound awfully familiar to Arizona residents, who heard the same story recently about Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne.

The FBI, which comes off looking like the Sex Police in these two incidents, found out about Horne's affair while investigating a different matter, which is roughly the same way it discovered Petraeus' infidelity.


In the case of the general, the FBI had been checking into a complaint that Petraeus' biographer Paula Broadwell had sent harassing e-mails to another woman. Agents found evidence of Petraeus' affair after searching through Broadwell's e-mail account.

The G-men were looking into alleged campaign-finance allegations by Horne when they figured out he was having an affair with AG's office employee Carmen Chenal.

"Horne is having an extramarital affair with Chenal and they utilize Chenal's apartment for the furtherance of that affair," says an FBI report.

An FBI agent told Phoenix police that, "He was driving someone else's car, crashed and left the scene of an accident, having some rendezvous with Carmen in her apartment. That's not ethical, that's not honest, that's slimy."

While Petraeus has stepped down, Horne hasn't acknowledge publicly the reported facts about his affair with Chenal, much less resigned.

Horne pleaded guilty on November 2 to a charge of hit-and-run in the above-mentioned accident. He faces up to $1.5 million in penalties for the alleged campaign-finance scandal. Yesterday, the Arizona Daily Star called upon Horne to resign.

Petraeus has shown Horne, his doghouse buddy, what people with honor do in similar scenarios.

Tom Horne's new residence, following the revelations of last month.

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marcy
marcy

Isn't banging a subordinate a violation of ethics for most employers?   But Horney isn't even ethical enough to admit he is unethical.

 

 

ConcernedCitizenAZ
ConcernedCitizenAZ topcommenter

Mr. Stern, This is a courageous article you hit out of the ball park. These officials must be held with the highest standards of "zero tolerance" which they demand of the people whose lives are in their "control".

 

In Arizona, the laws are written by those who exspouse "zero-tolerance" and non-violent, first offenders are sentenced to prison for decades or are given defacto-life sentences.

 

In Japan and other countries, when leaders and corporate executives do wrong and create shame for their government or corporation, they commit suicide.

 

So resignations are in order, as these power-brokers control the destiny of peoples' lives -- whether they live or die. Both men, in the highest level of the law and order, safety and security  should be facing criminal charges.

 

Time to end the chaos in these offices -- resigning is the thing to do and should be demanded. No ordinary people would be given a break in any way.

robert_graham
robert_graham topcommenter

You can see this same picture on my newest web site http://stephenlemons.com but instead of Horne being in the dog house, it's Lemons. By the way who ever morphed this photo did a god awful job.

robert_graham
robert_graham topcommenter

If the FBI can invstigate a love affair, Arpaio can investigate illegal immigration.

yourproductsucks
yourproductsucks

Petraeus has shown Horne, his doghouse buddy, what people with honor do in similar scenarios.

 

I couldn't agree more.  It's too bad Bill Clinton and (you pick which) Kennedy didn't adhere to the same standard Petraeus did.

 

Seriously though, there is obviously something else going on with this Petraeus incident.

gerry_c
gerry_c

Horne is without honor. Just a low level snake.

MaskedMagician1967
MaskedMagician1967

That is the funniest pic of Horne I have ever seen.

 

Describes the state AG to a T.

pearlsvaluables
pearlsvaluables

 @JoeArpaioFan But Arpaio CANT investigate Child Molestations because he would be guilty. Him and his officers were probably the accused so he didn't investigate them...Keep your kids away from these pricks in MCSO uniforms they may find a finger up their a$$ and Sheriff Joe laughing

MaskedMagician1967
MaskedMagician1967

 @JoeArpaioFan In this case, the FBI was investigating a FEDERAL official.

 

Arpaio cannot investigate illegal immigration. The U.S. Supreme Court says so.

yourproductsucks
yourproductsucks

 @gerry_c If Petraeus were a man of honor, he wouldn't have had an affair on his wife.  Stepping down from his position after acting unhonorably does not make one immediately honorable.

robert_graham
robert_graham topcommenter

 @MaskedMagician1967 Since when is cheating a federal offense? It's not even a state crime! The Supreme Court did not say that Arpaio cannot investigate immigration. Nowhere in the Constitution does it say that immigration is a federal issue only. State and local police investigate lots of federal offesnes such as bank robbery, drugs, kidnappings, identity theft, kiddie porn, and the list goes on and on. So then why then should immigration be any different? But if Arpaio should not investigate federal crimes, how about the next time there is a bank robbery in maricopa County, the police dispatcher should tell the bank to call the FBI instead being that it is a federal crime. Truth is, local police have the responsibility to enforce all laws both federal and state. Besides, because the feds are doing a piss poor job of securing the border, Arpaio is a welcome asset. Put that in your pipe and smoke it fool.

robert_graham
robert_graham topcommenter

 @raystern What does your comment have to do with my comment you replied to? If the FBI can investigate love affairs, then why shouldn't Arpaio be able to investigate immigration matters?  Love affairs are best investigated by "Cheaters", not the feds.

pearlsvaluables
pearlsvaluables

how about you croak sucking all the dick and cum you do, POS

MaskedMagician1967
MaskedMagician1967

 @yourproductsucks  YPS, just because one has an extramarital affair does not make one immediately dishonorable. 

 

Petraeus served honorably in the United States Army for nearly 40 years, led massive security forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, and was honorable enough to be confirmed for the CIA Director's position by a unanimous U.S. Senate. 

 

Besides, who knows what the future holds for Petraeus now that he is no longer the CIA director and a 4 star general? 

 

Horne is just a snake. His only claim to fame is that he won a case at the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

 

RobAZ
RobAZ

 @JoeArpaioFan  Kids say the darndest things.

It's always fun to hear a 9 year old's take on things.

 

Don't worry, you'll get a civics class in 7th or 8th grade that teaches you the differences.

MaskedMagician1967
MaskedMagician1967

 @yourproductsucks I agree.

 

I'm not defending him or what he did. I am pointing out that up until this incident, Petraeus had a distinguished military career and a rather quiet tenure as CIA Director.

 

Besides, I'm sure when you go to the grocery store you see the magazines claiming that celebrities' spouses are cheating, divorcing, etc.

 

 

yourproductsucks
yourproductsucks

 @MaskedMagician1967 I'll bet Petraeus' wife would disagree with you.

Committing a dishonorable act, like adultery, does in fact make one dishonorable.

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