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Defense Department sexual assault lawsuit accuses military of failing to prevent rape and sexual harassment

In a sexual assault lawsuit, 17 current and former service members accuse the Department of Defense of failing “to take reasonable steps to prevent plaintiffs from being repeatedly raped, sexually assaulted and sexually harassed by federal military personnel.”

Myla Haider, one of the plaintiffs, claims that she was raped in 2002 while serving in Korea as an Army sergeant with the military’s Criminal Investigative Command.

According to the New York Times, “The plaintiffs’ stories in the complaint include accounts of a soldier stripping naked and dancing on a table during a break in a class on preventing sexual assault, physical and verbal harassment, and the rape of a woman by two men who videotaped the assault and circulated it to the woman’s colleagues.”

Read more at the New York Times

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