General Fired For Ordering Troops To Take His Mom Shopping

A general with the California National Guard has been relieved of duty after he reportedly ordered troops to take his mother shopping. Brigadier General Jeffrey Magram has also been accused of forcing subordinates to perform other personal tasks, such as making an on-duty National Guard member drive him 120 miles to a dental appointment and coercing an underling to take his place in a mandatory training session, a spokesman says. While Magram hasn't denied the accusations, he says no one has ever complained about running errands for him. (KFIAM640)


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