We focus on the truth behind military sexual assault statistics and how the system creates incentivizes that some use to exact revenge. Ashley, whose husband is in Joint Regional Correctional Facility in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, joins us for a deep dive into sexual assaults in the military.
Among other things, Ashley describes how the military justice system is different from a civilian justice system. Military justice and due process as well as the standard of proof required for conviction are much lower in military courts.
Other topics include how probation violations can affect early termination, more on the Darrell Brooks case, and what the guilty and innocent findings in two recent high-profile cases say about our society and it’s reaction to accusations of sexual misconduct.
[03:29] Interview with Ashley, who discusses her husband’s situation and how military sexual assault statistics create “Dark Figures.”
[22:14] Discussion with Larry about possible steps to raise public awareness.
[36:58] Probation violations and early termination from probation.
[44:25] Latest revelations on the Darrell Brooks case
[44:54] Former UCLA gynecologist found guilty
[50:28] Kevin Spacey verdict
[54:14] The Supreme and Reed vs. Gertz
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