National Guard Adjutant General Target of Latest Whistleblower Lawsuit

Adjutant General Jim Butterworth is accused of unethical conduct by a former employee. 

In the lawsuit, he is accused of using his office for his own personal gain and an improper use of government resources among other issues. The whistleblower, Mary Therese Grabowski, says she was fired inquiring into the alleged ethical lapses.

Fox 5’s Dale Russell tweeted he has the backstory and will broadcast his report on the 6:00 PM news.

Here it is… 

Apparently, Grabowski was hired to handle initial complaints against Gen. Butterworth. Through his staff, Butterworth denied that Grabowski was fired for anything whitsleblower-related.


  1. saltycracker says:

    Get some popcorn and wait a few days.

    “Military commanders are angry that Governor Nathan Deal overlooked battle-tested National Guard officers when he appointed his Senate floor leader to the head of the National Guard.

    Some say Jim Butterworth wasn’t qualified and was appointed through the back door.

    Those same critics cringe at what they call mistakes made by Major General Jim Butterworth during his first few months on the job.

    Senior I-Team reporter Dale Russell has the story.”

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