Sex Prevention Officer Heads Prostitution Ring

by Admin on March 13, 2014

Photo by The U.S. Army
Photo by US Army

An American Army Sergeant who ran an assault and harassment prevention program at Fort Hood, Texas has been accused of masterminding a prostitution ring comprised of female soldiers, reported The Raw Story.

The Sergeant was recently charged with 21 counts of pandering, maltreatment of a subordinate, abusive sexual contact, and adultery and conduct of a nature to bring discredit to the armed forces. Army officials have stated that he has been connected to activities involving three women as well as sexually assaulting one woman. It is also not clear whether the Sergeant forced one of the women into prostitution or if she was a willing participant.

Thailand Criminal Defense Lawyers Chaninat and Leeds have extensive experience in representing criminal defendants in Thailand.

The former sexual assault and harassment prevention coordinator is currently suspended from his duties but is free pending trial. It is not clear whether he has legal representation yet.

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