Why did they let a man with ptsd episodes hold a high rank in the NRO/as representative to the UAPTF?

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I don’t wish to drag Grusch to the mud here, I think it’s admirable what he’s been willing to risk. Also I have no judgements about ptsd from serving in a warzone and all the behavioral problems it can cause. I also think a person can overcome such problems and function normally.

But is it normal they let a man who has had unstable episodes that sadly got out hold such a high rank/security clearance? Don’t they do very thorough background checks? The conspiracy theorist in me thinks they hired him precisely for that, so they can discredit him in case he ever dug something up and started talking. So people like that The Intercept guy can write hit pieces. The UAPTF was congress mandated iirc, so the Pentagon had to put up with it. Seems like a very dirty tactic and I hope it isn’t true.

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