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Military / Sexual Assault #1053515

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s order for everyone who is assigned to prevent sexual abuse in the military to be retrained noted.

(Dallas: Anna Werner) Allegations of sexual misconduct against an Army sergeant who is a sexual assault prevention and assault coordinator at Ft. Hood, Texas examined; scenes shown of Lt. Col. Jeff Krusinski††, who was in charge of sexual assault prevention for the Air Force and was arrested last week for groping a woman; statistics on unwanted sexual conduct in the military and the general public compared. [HAGEL – says sexual assault is one of the most serious challenges facing our department.] [Retired Air Force Col. Kimberly OLSON††- states if the commander is lackadaisical when it comes to violence or innuendos then an environment will be created in which these issues occur.]

Pelley, Scott;
Werner, Anna

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