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    Default False reports outpace sex assaults in the military

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-the-military/

    Very interesting indeed.

    A few years ago, a co-worker of mine was accused by a subordinate. A month later she confessed that she made it up. Wanna guess what happened to her? NOTHING! Meanwhile, during the monthlong ordeal, he couldn't perform his official duties, it created problems with his wife and most viewed him as guilty until it was proven otherwise. It's my view that those who falsely accuse should be held accountable.

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    Default Re: False reports outpace sex assaults in the military

    Quote Originally Posted by BULLITT View Post
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-the-military/

    Very interesting indeed.

    A few years ago, a co-worker of mine was accused by a subordinate. A month later she confessed that she made it up. Wanna guess what happened to her? NOTHING! Meanwhile, during the monthlong ordeal, he couldn't perform his official duties, it created problems with his wife and most viewed him as guilty until it was proven otherwise. It's my view that those who falsely accuse should be held accountable.
    The Air Force found 631 instances of pornography (magazines, calendars, pictures, videos that intentionally displayed nudity or depicted acts of sexual activity); 3,987 instances of unprofessional material (discrimination, professional appearance, items specific to local military history such as patches, coins, heritage rooms, log books, song books, etc.); and 27,598 instances of inappropriate or offensive items (suggestive items, magazines, posters, pictures, calendars, vulgarity, graffiti). In total, 32,216 items were reported. Identified items were documented and either removed or destroyed.
    They found 32,216 Offensive items. The FY13 end strength was 327,600. That means roughly one out of every 10 people had something offensive in their work space. If you are not offended by something I have on my desk you must be a pussy.

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    Default Re: False reports outpace sex assaults in the military

    Quote Originally Posted by SomeRandomGuy View Post
    They found 32,216 Offensive items. The FY13 end strength was 327,600. That means roughly one out of every 10 people had something offensive in their work space. If you are not offended by something I have on my desk you must be a pussy.
    Lol, I never thought about it applying, but I have definitely seen some funny coins before. This will be a whole new "coin check".
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    Default Re: False reports outpace sex assaults in the military

    Quote Originally Posted by BULLITT View Post
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-the-military/

    Very interesting indeed.

    A few years ago, a co-worker of mine was accused by a subordinate. A month later she confessed that she made it up. Wanna guess what happened to her? NOTHING! Meanwhile, during the monthlong ordeal, he couldn't perform his official duties, it created problems with his wife and most viewed him as guilty until it was proven otherwise. It's my view that those who falsely accuse should be held accountable.
    It is the AF policy not to charge women who falsely claim rape so that other "victims" might come forward. My spin on this is the AF does not expect women to have integrity. I believe the false allegations are much higher than the rates in the article. The current PC atmosphere has pushed investigators to determine how the man is guilty and do not investigate the woman for lying.
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    I actually knew a guy who was charged with raping a fellow Marine by the CC. When the whole story came out it turned out that the Male Marine was drinking with a coworker Lesbian Female Marine. They got drunk and had sex. Some how the CC found about it and charged the Male Marine with rape. During the court martial the Lesbian Female Marine actually took the stand IN FAVOR for the man. Basically saying that hey crap happens, but it wasn't rape.

    He was found Not Guilty

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    I sat a rape case a while back. The husband was eventually found not guilty. The wife who charged it; IMMUNITY.
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    Default Re: False reports outpace sex assaults in the military

    Quote Originally Posted by BULLITT View Post
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-the-military/

    Very interesting indeed.

    A few years ago, a co-worker of mine was accused by a subordinate. A month later she confessed that she made it up. Wanna guess what happened to her? NOTHING! Meanwhile, during the monthlong ordeal, he couldn't perform his official duties, it created problems with his wife and most viewed him as guilty until it was proven otherwise. It's my view that those who falsely accuse should be held accountable.
    The diversity cult demands that DoD change the culture to the point that no accusation of sexual assault or harrassment can ever be proven to be unfounded. Little inconveniences like Facts and the Truth can't get in the way of pushing the cult's agenda. Our greatest strength in this country lies in our differences. not in our similarities. Up is down. Down is up. Shut up and color or get the hell out
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    Quote Originally Posted by BULLITT View Post
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/...-the-military/

    Very interesting indeed.

    A few years ago, a co-worker of mine was accused by a subordinate. A month later she confessed that she made it up. Wanna guess what happened to her? NOTHING! Meanwhile, during the monthlong ordeal, he couldn't perform his official duties, it created problems with his wife and most viewed him as guilty until it was proven otherwise. It's my view that those who falsely accuse should be held accountable.
    Firstly, the Washington Times is a shill rag of a newspaper. Secondly, since most MST goes unreported and those that are reported barely a fraction of them go to court-martial and of those convictions, some are overturned by commanders, so if there are some false reports (as there will be with ANY CRIME), and the "victim" SUFFERS NO ILL CONSEQUENCES, THAT IS UNFORTUNATE BUT NOT UNFAIR CONSIDERING HOW MANY MEN GET AWAY WITH RAPE IN THE MILITARY ALL THE TIME. So relax, and teach thosepeers or those subordinates in your charge, that REAL MEN do not have to assault women or other men in order to be men. The d-bags that do it and get away with it FAR OUTNUMBER the false reports.

    Don't be a D-Bag. Just be a man and don't sexually assault anyone; that is all we ask.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F4CrewChick View Post
    Firstly, the Washington Times is a shill rag of a newspaper. Secondly, since most MST goes unreported and those that are reported barely a fraction of them go to court-martial and of those convictions, some are overturned by commanders, so if there are some false reports (as there will be with ANY CRIME), and the "victim" SUFFERS NO ILL CONSEQUENCES, THAT IS UNFORTUNATE BUT NOT UNFAIR CONSIDERING HOW MANY MEN GET AWAY WITH RAPE IN THE MILITARY ALL THE TIME. So relax, and teach thosepeers or those subordinates in your charge, that REAL MEN do not have to assault women or other men in order to be men. The d-bags that do it and get away with it FAR OUTNUMBER the false reports.

    Don't be a D-Bag. Just be a man and don't sexually assault anyone; that is all we ask.

    The highlighted commented is idiotic. F4, I normally back you, but this is outlandish. Because many get away with it, those females shouldn't be punished for bullshitting it? That is stupid. How about you teach the women under your charge that its a crime to falsely accuse somebody because you regret it. Why is it, if both people are drunk off their ass the guy gets in trouble? Like others have said, get your legals waivers out before participating in coitous with anybody.


    Also don't be a whore at night and regret it in the morning. How many CCs have over turned convictions? One that I know of.

    Hide yo wife, hide yo kids cause they raping er'body up in here.

    I say this while at the same time I speak up for women that are truly abused by men. I've seen some women just cry wolf.
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    Default Re: False reports outpace sex assaults in the military

    Quote Originally Posted by F4CrewChick View Post
    Firstly, the Washington Times is a shill rag of a newspaper. Secondly, since most MST goes unreported and those that are reported barely a fraction of them go to court-martial and of those convictions, some are overturned by commanders, so if there are some false reports (as there will be with ANY CRIME), and the "victim" SUFFERS NO ILL CONSEQUENCES, THAT IS UNFORTUNATE BUT NOT UNFAIR CONSIDERING HOW MANY MEN GET AWAY WITH RAPE IN THE MILITARY ALL THE TIME. So relax, and teach thosepeers or those subordinates in your charge, that REAL MEN do not have to assault women or other men in order to be men. The d-bags that do it and get away with it FAR OUTNUMBER the false reports.

    Don't be a D-Bag. Just be a man and don't sexually assault anyone; that is all we ask.
    Don't be a dumb **** saying it doesn't matter because so many people get away with it. Both are crimes both should be equally punished.

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