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For sexually assaulted female vets, new hope

Efforts aim to stop too-common problem

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The first time Air Force Staff Sgt. Colleen Bushnell was sexually assaulted in the military, she decided not to report it. “I did not tell, out of fear,” the Troy native recalled. Her assailant was a “co-worker, and he outranked me,” Bushnell said. “Where he said to go, I went. For about a year, he controlled me. He raped me more than once.” But when Bushnell was sexually assaulted by a woman a year later, ...


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sourdough2
April 7, 2013
9:19 p.m.

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Can anyone name an aspect of our culture where there is even token accountability?
America is putrefying from within.

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