TUCSON, Ariz. — A dozen Army and Marine recruiters who visited high schools were among the personnel caught in a major FBI cocaine investigation, and some were allowed to keep working while under suspicion, a newspaper reported Sunday.
And lower down comes the meat of the story:
So far, 69 members of the military, prison guards, law enforcement employees and other public employees have been convicted of accepting bribes to help smuggle cocaine.
So, less than one-fifth of the people listed are in the military, and yet what's the only group named in the headline?
Oh, THAT media bias!