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Gillibrand eyes NDAA for military sexual assault revamp

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Supporters of the revamp, which would take sexual assault prosecutions out of the hands of military commanders, say that sexual assault remains a pervasive problem within the armed services and previous attempts to address the matter without altering the chain of command have not borne fruit.

Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), a sexual assault survivor herself who appeared jointly with Gillibrand.

Ernst, a military veteran with a daughter at West Point, said she had been “very torn” but that the documented culture of rampant violence, misconduct and sexual harassment at Fort Hood was a tipping point for her.

“We have got to get to the heart of that issue, and that simple move will be by taking the prosecution — that decision making authority — out of that commander‘s hands putting it with a specialized prosecutor.


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