The western-backed Syrian opposition has fired the military command of the FSA again and disbanded the Supreme Military Council (SMC) because of corruption.
And they did it on the same day President Obama requested $500,000,000 to train and equip 'vetted moderate' Syrian rebels.
The FSA and the SMC are very very often put forward as being the vanguard of the 'vetted moderate' Sryian rebels.
Syria opposition sacks rebel command over graft allegations
Beirut (AFP) - Syria's opposition government sacked the military command of the rebel Free Syrian Army late Thursday over corruption allegations, as the White House asked lawmakers for $500 million for moderate insurgents.
A statement by the opposition government said its chief Ahmad Tohme "decided to disband the Supreme Military Council and refer its members to the government's financial and administration committee for investigation".
The decision came amid widespread reports of corruption within the ranks of the FSA, which is backed by Western and Arab governments in its battle to overthrow the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
The government in exile said it was also sacking FSA chief of staff Brigadier General Abdelilah al-Bashir.