So not only was Petraeus hanging around with someone that was arguably a foreign government agent with a shady background, but now the report below says that he is the one that got Jill Kelley the position in the first place:
A New York businessman who discussed a multi-billion-dollar Korean business deal with Jill Kelley said the Tampa woman at the center of the Petraeus scandal told him Gen. Petraeus had arranged for her to become an honorary consul for South Korea and promote free trade, and then asked him for $80 million to complete the deal.
“Ms. Kelley made it clear to me that General Petraeus put her in this position, and that’s why she was able to have access to such senior levels [of the Korean government],” said Adam Victor, president and CEO of TransGas Development Systems, “that they were essentially doing a favor for General Petraeus, and that she had access solely because of her relationship with General Petraeus.”
Victor, who met Kelley at the Republican National Convention in Tampa in August, said he was disappointed in Gen. Petraeus for helping Kelley become an honorary consul. “Frankly, I blame Gen. Petraeus for this as a lapse of judgment,” he said. “The general should have known better.” [ABC News]
You can read the rest at the link, but the businessman terminated his relationship from Kelley when she asked for $80 million for being the broker for the deal. He thought that was ridiculous and questions Petraeus’ judgment for getting Kelley the gig as Honorary South Korean Consul in Tampa.