I Know This Isn’t Funny

but it is.

Being known to the world as a male rape victim is not fun. It is hard for them to sit up straight. If they are concerned about their military careers, why say anything?” [military prosecutor Maj.] Reder said.

You’d never hear that in an episode of JAG.
UPDATE: Oy. Not funny at all anymore.

An Air Force officer was found guilty Tuesday of raping four men and attempting to rape two others.
A nine-member military jury deliberated for about seven hours in Capt. Devery L. Taylor’s court-martial. Taylor gave no reaction upon hearing the verdict.
Taylor, the former chief of patient administration at Eglin Regional Hospital, faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.

3 Responses to “I Know This Isn’t Funny”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    I’d be concerned if the prosecutor was a Rear Admiral…

  2. Mike Rentner says:

    Yeah, especially a Rear Admiral (Lower Half). 🙂
    This is a curious use of the don’t ask, don’t tell policy. If a person’s homosexuality is learned of from a third party, is that sufficient to discharge them from the mlitary? Or would the homosexual in the military now be able to be open about his conduct since he isn’t the one that told and now he doesn’t have to hide anymore?
    That is, the military didn’t ask, the homosexual didn’t tell, but the knowlege is now available openly. Would it still violate the don’t ask/don’t tell policy if he now was open about his homosexuality?
    It was so much simpler back in the old days . . .

  3. teen lesbian says:

    I just don’t have much to say lately.
    Eh. Not much on my mind lately.

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