Started by turmeric, Jul 06, 2003, 01:56 PM
The investigation reports also illustrate the Air Force Working Group's finding that just half of the 61 cases investigated at the academy since 1993 produced sufficient evidence to take action under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Contradicting versions of events were given by witnesses; alleged victims and assailants had engaged in prior consensual sexual activity; alcohol is a common factor, and several victims reported long periods of blackout. In some cases, victims later recanted.
That cadet also was among six who have been court-martialed since 1993. He was convicted and sentenced to 42 months in jail and dismissed from the service
yeah. lets forget about all the rape victims and all that. lets focus on the 'real problem'. corrupt 'dv industry'. because after all, the pain of a few pople getting raped, what is that compared to a bunch of conservatives sitting in armchairs fuming over 'the dv industry'? think of all the horrible victims of the dv industry. certainly we must stop that before we stop rape, because it is more important and has caused more suffering!
...Oh no, let's not forget about rape. Let's only forget about the men who are raped! Duh.