Re: Taking away Eagle for offenses committed after award
James A. Sheckels (sheckej@EARTHLINK.NET)
Sat, 10 Aug 1996 11:38:23 -0400
I thought I replied to that question. This has been discussed over the past
year or so a couple of times. The archive will have those posts.
The answer is YES, the ranks can be taken away but only by action of the
National Court of Honor. This has happened in the past - I guess John Gacy
(sp?) being the most recent and infamous.
>It seems someone asked a question about this subject. I have not seen aan
>answer so here is mine. No, you cannot take away an Eagle rank for a crime
>that person may commit after the award of the rank.
>Anybody else have any takes on this subject?
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