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NCFM Member Major Clarence Anderson III, government burying facts bolster women’s false accusations

September 27, 2018
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Brett Kavanaugh
Brett Kavanaugh
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For many Americans, the thought of injustices against those who serve our country, is an affront on them personally. Many are not aware that the due process violations experienced by many on college campuses accused of sexual misconduct, are also prevalent in our Armed Forces. If you haven’t read my human rights complaint to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, I highly encourage you to do so. My human rights complaint uncovers Department of Defense reports (links at end of article) that discloses the unlawful patterns and practices within the military’s criminal justice system that manufacture guilty verdicts in sexual assault cases.
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The defense reports reveal military investigators must treat any allegation as a sexual assault, even if the facts do not meet the elements of a crime, and that there is no such thing as an ‘alleged victim’ — all accusations substantiate an assault actually occurred. The report reveals investigators are taught not to probe too deeply into an alleged victim’s accusation, or confront the alleged victim with aspects of their story that don’t make logical sense. The report even reveals alleged victims are allowed to not turn over potential exculpatory evidence stored in cell phones to investigators that could clear the name of the accused. The report finally concludes that the military is less concerned with the merits of the case, than the alleged victims preference of wanting to be heard at trial.
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I personally have experienced these due process violations from the military of ignoring evidence and motive, when I was accused of sexual assault and other related charges by my wife. Upon discovering she was having an affair, I filed for divorce and was awarded custody of our daughter against her wishes. She then fabricated a false claim to my leadership that while we were married, I sexually assaulted her by rubbing her breasts and digitally penetrated her without her consent. She even made false accusations I assaulted her and communicated a threat to kill her and that I would blame it on PTSD. When my medical records revealed I had no history whatsoever of PTSD, and civilian law enforcement officials reported to my leadership that I never assaulted her, I was still charged. To make matters worse, prior to trial she attempted to bribe me by texting if I gave her custody of our daughter then she would forgo testifying at my court martial. I declined her offer, and presented the exculpatory text messages to my convening authority and other military officials. They ignored the text messages and testimony from civilian law enforcement officials that I never committed any crime against her, and still found me guilty at trial and during my appeals.
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My military record of being deployed to combat five times, a two time squadron commander, and on track to make colonel, are all a distant memory, as I now have to register as a sex offender and can not see my child that I previously had custody of, as I challenge my court martial conviction in the federal district courts.”
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Major Clarence Anderson III
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NCFM Member Major Clarence Anderson III, government burying facts bolster women’s false accusations

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