Yea, not only are they trained mass murderers, but they’re rapists too: female soldiers are more likely to be raped by their fellow murdering colleagues than killed by enemy fire.
At the heart of this crisis is an apparent inability or unwillingness to prosecute rapists in the ranks. According to DOD statistics, only 181 out of 2,212 subjects investigated for sexual assault in 2007, including 1,259 reports of rape, were referred to courts-martial, the equivalent of a criminal prosecution in the military. Another 218 were handled via nonpunitive administrative action or discharge, and 201 subjects were disciplined through “nonjudicial punishment,” which means they may have been confined to quarters, assigned extra duty or received a similar slap on the wrist. In nearly half of the cases investigated, the chain of command took no action; more than a third of the time, that was because of “insufficient evidence.”
So, has rape become more heinous a crime than murdering innocent people now? Thank you to the immoral assholes at the Los Angeles Times.