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Guess we'll never know now, will we? And Amber is totes innocent, she said so after all.
Just going to put it out there while I'm slowly backing away........maybe no one wanted to talk to the spouse of a co-worker who was out getting her monkey punched?
I know I wouldn't.....
I think that this was a much more complicated situation than has been reported on.Just going to put it out there while I'm slowly backing away........maybe no one wanted to talk to the spouse of a co-worker who was out getting her monkey punched?
I know I wouldn't......
Senior officers getting involved in talking to victims and witnesses is a quick way for an allegation of command influence to be generated.I don't see how we can pretend to value a victim-centric approach to sexual assault if senior officers refuse to give up even half an hour of their time to speak with a victim who's requesting it.
That’s a bit of legal advice many could/should have used over the years.Senior officers getting involved in talking to victims and witnesses is a quick way for an allegation of command influence to be generated.
You leave investigations to the professionals and you leave victim support to the professionals.
Oh good, another voluntary/mandatory survey.Brace, brace, brace....
On Oct. 11, Statistics Canada will begin conducting the 2022 Survey on Sexual Misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces. CAF members will receive personalized links via email. The survey will remain open until Dec. 21, 2022.
The presumption of innocence is paramount...You, and anyone who thinks like this (guilty until proven innocent) are a massive problem in the CAF, and in Canada.
The presumption of innocence is paramount...
Except on the crimes of sexual assault - at least in some peoples' minds.
There will always be those despite all evidence to the contrary that will say "He did it".
There will be differing opinions on the level of credibility based on the available information. How complainants act/react post incident, for example, may partially drive that opinion.The victim's account in this case seems perfectly credible to me, and I see no compelling reason I shouldn't believe her.
When someone says that they were raped, you're allowed to believe them.
btrudy thinks things need to change in the CAF,.......Also btrudy,......."march the guilty bastard in".
Society itself has to change.
I think you missed the point entirely.Well fucking excuse me for thinking that a system which perpetuates sexual violence and shields abusers from consequences is absolutely a high priority for things to fix.
My bad. It's not like this, oh, I dunno, has been ruining our collective reputation for well over a decade or anything.