Homosexuals Committed 4 Times as Many Sexual Assaults: Pentagon Report
Have you heard about or read the Secretary of Defense’s 536-page annual report on sexual assault in the military for 2009? The chances you have are practically nil because the report was conveniently ignored by the ultra-left media because the results are not favorable to the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.
Here’s the real skinny on homosexuals in the military:
• The prevalence of homosexual assault is four times that of heterosexuals: homosexuals make up about 2 percent of the population, yet commit 8.2 percent of the sexual assaults;
• 11 percent of the sexual assault victims were men, and in only one verifiable complaint was a woman the attacker;
• Drugs and alcohol were frequently involved;
• A chart on assaults begins on page 216 of the report;
• Though the gender of all the perpetrators was known by the victims, the report claimed that in some cases the gender could not be identified by the military. Subtract the “unknowns” from the report, and the incidents of homosexual assaults are even higher;
• The Army and Air Force kept less rigorous records and reported lower incident rates, meaning the Marines and Navy rates were higher to bring the overall figure to 8.2 percent;
• The report states that “Sexual assault subverts strategic goodwill.” Goodwill is going to take a nosedive with the increase in sexual assaults;
• The report can be downloaded athttp://www.sapr.mil/media/pdf/reports/fy09_annual_report.pdf
• Several cases can be found in court records, i.e. “United States of America v. Hartman, NMCCA 200900389, 2009 CCA Lexis 462 (United States Navy-Marine Corp Court of Criminal Appeals, December 29, 2009)”;
• The report includes much on attention to sexual assault prevention. However, that is now farcical in light of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell and the strong likelihood that sexual assaults will only increase in the future. In fact, the U.S. military of the future may become “party central” for homosexuals. Especially with President Obama unlikely to engage in warfare after withdrawal from Afghanistan;
• Numerous cases were practically whitewashed with minimal punishment. In some of the homosexual sexual assault cases, punishment was as little as 15 days confinement, 45 days of “extra duty”!
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assaulted in the military
often find it difficult to report the crime.
That’s one reason they rarely get justice.