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Sex Assault – Military Sexual Assault – Military Sexual Assault – Case Dismissed

Sex Assault – Military Sexual Assault

CASE DISMISSED!

U.S. Army v. E-5 (Article 120b) Child Sex Assault

Fort Riley, Kansas

Client is a seasoned veteran who has went on multiple deployments. He is a first – generation immigrant from Mexico. He joined the Army to serve his Country. His step daughter did not care for his or her mother’s rules about how to conduct herself in class or out in the public. She claimed Sexual Assault after she was caught sexting other boys. After she was caught sexting other boys, her parents to include my client stated they were going to send her to Mexico to live with her grandmother due to her bad behavior. This was the third time they had made this statement and they meant it. So, she claimed sexual assault and was promptly removed from the family. She now lives with a foster family, has been allowed to change her sex (she now claims she is transgender and is a boy), and has since claimed sexual assault against multiple other high-school students.

After multiple motions hearing litigating a variety of issues, the Government decided to dismiss the charges all together. The dismissal came right before Christmas and mere weeks from trial.

Case Result: After charging and much litigation, DISMISSED!!

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