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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) President Obama's commencement address at the US Naval Academy that focused on sexual assault in the military noted. [OBAMA - says we have to stop these crimes.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.
(Studio: Drew Griffin) The investigation into the abusive activities of Army Sgt. Greg McQueen, whose duties included preventing sexual assault, and his involvement with a prostitution ring out of Ft. Hood examined; details given about a rape, McQueen's military background, other military personnel under investigation for sexual abuse. [Defense attorney Joseph JORDAN- says there may be a ring involving prostitution.] [Service Women's Action Network Anu BHAGWATI, women's shelter director Suzanne ARMOR- say the victims reporting crimes are punished or threatened.] The reaction to the issue of sexual abuse in the military, how no charges have been filed against McQueen yet discussed.
- Blitzer, Wolf;
- Griffin, Drew
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