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Dept. of Army Prohibits Platinum Gentlemen's Club

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FORT SILL Okla_ Fort Sill has placed a Comanche County club on the blacklist.

Platinum Gentlemen's Club is now off limits to all military. It's the same club where two men were killed last month. The Department of the Army issued the order last week.

The order prohibits all military personnel from Fort Sill, as well all the other Oklahoma military installations, from attending the club. The order holds even if it reopens under a new name.

It states any military caught going on the property could face being demoted to the lowest enlisted grade and perhaps even jail time.

7News found the order on Facebook, and today the Fort Sill Public Affairs Office confirmed it is official.

 

 

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