The investigation into an alleged prostitution ring at Fort Hood is complete.
Fort Hood on Wednesday announced Lt. Col James Varley made his recommendations following the June Article 32 hearing for Sgt. 1st Class Gregory McQueen, but did not provide information on his findings.
McQueen could face court-martial on more than 21 criminal charges, including pandering, conspiracy, adultery and sexual assault.
He is accused of recruiting young, low-ranking female soldiers to have sex for money with high-ranking NCOs in early 2013. At the time, McQueen also was a sexual assault prevention officer with III Corps’ Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion.
Whether McQueen will face court-martial is up to the convening authority in the case, Brig. Gen. Clark LeMasters.
Fort Hood did not release any information Wednesday night about when LeMasters would make a decision.
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