Here is an opinion piece from the woman that a panel of members at Aviano AFB found was the victim of a sexual assault by LTC Wilkerson.  The panel’s decision was set aside by the convening authority . . . and the rest is history.

Sen. McCaskill discusses her more modest proposal for military justice reform here:

McCaskill argued that because commanders would be stripped of the decision to prosecute in Gillibrand’s bill, the measure would fail to hold them accountable.

“We just had a fundamental policy difference on whether or not it was going to help victims more to hold the commander accountable or to allow them to walk away,” she said.

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