1. Jay Morse, the Army's top prosecutor for sexual assault cases was suspended Thursday after a lawyer who worked for him reported that two years ago he tried to grope and kiss her at a legal conference, Stars and Stripes reported.
2. Sgt. 1st Class Gregory McQueen, who worked in sexual assault prevention at Fort Hood, allegedly organized a prostitution ring in which young female service members were pressured to have sex with male superiors.
3. Brig. Gen. Bryan T. Roberts warned troops at Fort Jackson in South Carolina the Army had “zero tolerance for sexual harassment and sexual assault.” This occurred while Roberts was under investigation for adultery and attacking his mistress.
4. Lt. Col. Jeffrey Krusinski was the chief of the Air Force’s sexual assault prevention branch before he was charged with sexual battery. Prosecutors would later change that charge to assault and battery. He was acquitted in November of last year.
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