Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Why are military rape and sexual assault victims failing to see the obvious... "That your civil rights and human rights have been violated!"


PBS.Org recently reported "Sens. McCaskill, Ayotte: Keep Military Sexual Assault Cases in Chain of Command.  

Watch full broadcast here:

Food for thought:  For the past 2 years I’ve been monitoring the progress of military sexual assault and rape cases, and I’m deeply saddened by the growing number of victims who have come forward. Yet each of them have not been properly advised by their legal advocates that, “When you are raped or assaulted in the workplace, both your “Civil Rights” and “Human Rights” have been violated”.  

As a survivor of military human rights violations, I encourage other victims to do your own research of the 1964 Civil Rights Act before wasting your time and money on a lawyer who is not trained in the area of Civil Rights laws.  Women of all races are considered “minorities” in the military, which automatically grants you protection under the amended 1964 CRA.  

I further encourage you to seek the assistance of a seasoned lawyer or law firm in the area of human rights violations, someone who is not afraid to challenge your case(s) before the U.S. Supreme Court.  This will allow you to better cope with your pain and suffering and lessen the political stalemate from Congress.  

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