Defense Secretary Says No On Else Involved In Patraeus Sex Scandal
He may be traveling in Thailand, but Defense Secretary Leon Panetta is still answering questions about the David Petraus scandal.
Panetta said today he knows of no other senior U.S. military officers linked to the scandal that has engulfed the former CIA director.
Panetta said he retains confidence in General John Allen, the U.S. Commander in Afghanistan, despite Allen's link to emails from two women connected to the Petraeus scandal.
But the secretary expects a full investigation into the facts.
The FBI apparently did not tell The White House about Petraeus' affair with his biographer Paula Broadwell until the day after the election, even though agents knew about it about a month earlier.
FBI agents continue to investigate the classified documents found in the computer of Petraeus' mistress, Paula Broadwell.
Petraeus told a news reporter he never gave any classified information to Broadwell.
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