Thursday, November 15, 2012

Paula Broadwell

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Ever since CIA Director David Petraeus’ affari became public news people have veen wondering who is the woman that this four star general strayed from his wife with? Her name is Paula Broadwell and thanks to David’s resignation yesterday and the outing of their affair she finds herself smack dab in the middle of a media frenzy.

The shocking news that Petraeus was resigning as Director of the CIA due to be unfaithful to his wife has been one hot topic since yesterday and not just in the political world. Many are curious about what led hims to cheat on his wife of 38-years, an answer that may not come to light any time soon. Details of how the relationship started or what investigation led to the discovery of the affair are remaining under warpas for obvious reasons. I mean CIA affair is pretty serious business, just sayin. What is known is that the two became involved many years ago when he was in charge of troops in Afghanistan and continued on until he was named CIA Director in 2011.

Those of you looking for more info on Paula well never fear because I have some deats for you right here, along with the numerous photos you can see. She is or rather was his biographer who is also an Army reserve officer. She has knowledge of many very private and confidential matters so the news of their affair is bad for business. The U.S Government likes to keep classified information classified if you know what I mean. Allegedly the FBI was monitoring personal emails between Paula and David and that is how the affair was discovered.

That Paula Broadwell violated the bond of trust between a biographer and her readers when she had an affair with her subject may seem beyond doubt. Certainly it seems less questionable than the notion that, by the same turn, her lover, Gen. David Petraeus, violated the trust of the U.S. government. Nevertheless, it is Petraeus who stepped down as the director of the CIA last week, while Broadwell’s book about him, “All In: The Education of General David Petraeus,” jumped up a few thousand notches on Amazon’s best-seller list and has had its paperback publication date bumped forward by Penguin Books.

If we have learned anything from the past decade of book-world scandals — whether over plagiarism, fabrication, Internet sock puppetry or simple inaccuracy — it’s that what seems like an obvious ethical violation to some observers will strike others as no big deal. Biography, a genre that can scale the heights or wallow in the gutter, is a particularly delicate enterprise. There’s no official — or even quasi-official — biographer’s code of ethics, and members of the profession are contemplating changing that. While informed readers are unlikely to confuse the likes of Broadwell with the the authors of definitive, years-in-the-making, doorstop “lives,” the biographical profession is at least slightly besmirched by the scandal. “When Jayson Blair did his nonsense, it reflected badly on all journalists,” said acclaimed biographer David Nasaw, “and this will reflect on all biographers.”

FBI agents investigating the biographer alleged to have had an affair with General David Petraeus found classified documents on her computer, it has emerged.

Paula Broadwell hot

Paula Broadwell hot

Paula Broadwell hot

Paula Broadwell hot

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