She has not been disciplined at all. The investegator said that she is denying all claims and my brother made up the entire thing including doctoring the screen shots showing lewd conversations between Sarah and the superior.
He complained and also gave the investigator his version of things plus my phone records, his and her phone records and copies of their facebook conversations. Two lewd conversations between Sarah and the CO and one conversation between Trevor and the CO in which the CO asked him not to tell anyone and ruin his family. The investigator told Trevor "You know that she is saying you fabricated everything to try and get at her right?" Both the CO and Sarah are maintaining that Trevor made the whole thing up and looked too much into a friendship.
Yes he did. I'm just surprised so much time has gone by and nothing has been done to Sarah. It's been nearly 60 days.
THank youIf he went "up the chain of command" then he did what he can do.Again, this is a military matter...the military has sole jurisdiction and discretion.So if he reported this to the CO's commander, it is up to that person to take action.If he feels that the CO's commander is "sweeping this under the rug" he can certainly complain to his Congressional representative (sex abuse/scandals are a bit of a hot button issue now in the military)But he can not force prosecution...nor can Congress...though they may be able to apply some political pressureHe can also report this to the local media...again, military sexual assault/harassment has been in the media lately...this is not quite assault, but it is sexual misconduct. It may be that the local media picks up the story.But it may be that they are contemplating prosecution.60 days is not long...not if they are sending this to a court martial. So it may be that they will take actionI would have your brother contact the CO's commander and request to know what, if anything, will be done. It may be they are planning action. If he believes they are trying to cover this up, I would call his congressman
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