• October 31, 2014

Fort Hood soldier in sexual assault office accused of abuse

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2 comments:

  • Smithjr38 posted at 11:57 am on Wed, May 15, 2013.

    Smithjr38 Posts: 114

    Was this a gay thing? If that is the case he will be promoted .

     
  • truebluebell posted at 10:41 am on Wed, May 15, 2013.

    truebluebell Posts: 17

    Just watched the documentary "The Invisible War" which is about sexual abuse in the military. I think this should be a must see for soldiers and commanders. I was shocked at not only the numbers, but the fact that the females who reported it were retaliated against by their command. There is no real way to prosecute if the military commander chooses not to prosecute. Where is the honor that being a United States soldier should bring? There is nothing honorable about the way these men act. Rather then trying to blame the victim, why don't we teach our sons that this kind of behavior is never acceptable.

     

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