• July 23, 2014

Do you think military commanders should be stripped of their authority to decide whether to prosecute sexual assault cases?

Total Votes: 269

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2 comments:

  • JohnnyinHarkerHeights posted at 8:29 pm on Sat, Nov 30, 2013.

    JohnnyinHarkerHeights Posts: 41

    It's nice to see the effort to confuse the issue by providing 4 poorly worded choices did nothing to change the results.

    The question is simple.

    Should commanders decide which rape allegations levied by troops UNDER their direct command to prosecute? Yes or no.

     
  • Eliza posted at 10:01 am on Sun, Nov 24, 2013.

    Eliza Posts: 644

    Lets let it be understood-Sexual assault or harassment in the military is not only male on female.