06 March 2014

Senate Votes Down Sexual Assault Accountability and the Army's Top Sex Crime Prosecutor Relieved for Sex Crime

On the same f%$#ing day as a filibuster killed sex crime prosecution reform in the Senate,  Lt. Col. Joseph “Jay” Morse, the top sex-crimes prosecutor in the US Army, was Asuspended for alleged sexual assault:
The top Army prosecutor for sexual assault cases has been suspended after a lawyer who worked for him recently reported he’d groped her and tried to kiss her at a sexual-assault legal conference more than two years ago.


Morse was removed from his job when the allegations came to light, one source said. To date, no charges have been filed in the case.


Sources told Stars and Stripes that the Army lawyer alleged that Morse attempted to kiss and grope her against her will. The alleged assault reportedly took place in a hotel room at a 2011 sexual assault legal conference attended by special victims prosecutors in Alexandria, Va., before he was appointed as chief of the Trial Counsel Assistance Program.
So long as those ratf%$#s in the Senate are unwilling to protect the troops from the corrupt elements in our officer corps, this crap will continue.


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