Retired Army Major General James J. Grazioplene – who last year was charged with committing rape on six occasions while on active duty in 1983-1989, but whose case was dismissed in the wake of CAAF’s decision in Mangahas – now faces prosecution in Virgina, according to this Army Times report:
Retired Maj. Gen. James Grazioplene faces three charges of incest and three charges of rape related to allegations of rape of a minor dating back to his time in service over the course of years in various locations.
Grazioplene now lives in Gainesville, Virginia. He faces charges lodged against him out of Prince William County Circuit Court.
The report notes:
Virginia does not have a statute of limitations on rape cases.
According to the county court records, Grazioplene is being charged with rape and incest after the case was heard by a grand jury earlier this month. The document lists the offense date as Aug. 1, 1987.
At the time, he and his family lived in Woodbridge, Virginia, which is in Prince William County.