The rare move means that retired Gen. His case is the latest in a string of general officers to be sacked or demoted in the last year for sex scandals. Lichte retired in , but the Air Force began conducting an investigation in after it had received a complaint from the woman. Lichte's lawyer disputed the Air Force's account of what took place and vowed to appeal its decision.
The joke that went to the Supreme Court
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In the wake of the horrific rape and sexual harassment allegations that have surfaced about Harvey Weinstein this week, some people are proposing a deranged solution: Men should simply never spend time alone with their women colleagues. But generally speaking, for most other non-Pence working people of the world, women and men colleagues gender self-segregating like seventh graders at a Sadie Hawkins dance is not a solution to curbing sexual abuse. For one, banning alone time with women colleagues yet again puts the onus on women—that their mere presence is tantamount to a sexual elephant in the room, or sirens gathering around the board room table, instead of colleagues and equals. Instead—crazy idea—how about men have respectful professional interactions with women without whipping their penises out of their pants?
Agg. sexual assault, arson, among indictments returned this week in Lubbock
Gabriel has Treacher Collins syndrome, a congenital disorder characterized by skull and facial deformities. Story continues after the video. Ward joked that after he realized the child was not going to die, he tried to drown him. In a statement posted to his Twitter account, Ward said he would refuse to pay the fine and planned to take his case to the Supreme Court of Canada. My verdict just came in.
This is the blog of Eddie G. The Shaquanda Cotton case brought sorely needed attention to other outrages in the Texas Youth Corrections system, now leading indictments of TYC guards on charges of felony sexual assault of adolescents who were in their charge. Mike Ward of the Texas' Austin American Statesman reports: Two former administrators at the West Texas youth lockup whose alleged attacks on incarcerated teen-aged boys ignited a statewide corruption scandal were indicted today on felony sexual assault charges. Ray Brookins, 42, the former assistant superintendent of the West Texas State School, and John Paul Hernandez, 41, the school's former principal, were named by a Ward County grand jury in Monahans on 13 charges involving six students — who were ages 16 to 19 at the time of the alleged attacks. If convicted, the men face a maximum 20 years in prison on each count, authorities said.