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Old 08-12-2013, 12:46 PM   #1
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Default 29 sex offenders in armed forces


One is a category one, level two offender, described as a potential risk to the public, whose behaviour is still monitored.

An answer to a parliamentary question revealed the other 28 are category one, level one offenders, the least serious classification.

All of them are on the sex offenders' register.

At least ten were convicted in a civilian court, six were prosecuted at court martial and four were issued with a police caution.

The offences are understood to include indecent assault and downloading child porn from the web. Under Ministry of Defence rules troops convicted of a sexual offence are usually sacked.

Only in "exceptional cases", when risks have been carefully assessed, are they allowed to continue serving.

In 2009 Callum Sandeman was jailed for 18 months after he crept into a stranger's home and molested two sleeping children.

The soldier, 26, a private in the Black Watch, was kicked out of the Army despite top brass trying to persuade a court to let him go to Afghanistan rather than serving his sentence.

The latest disclosures follow the revelation that more than 260 rape allegations have been made against servicemen in the past four years.

A restricted document prepared for the Army Justice Board said rape was the largest single category of sexual offences.

Former Territorial Army driver Donna Rayment, 44, claimed earlier this year that she was sexually assaulted by two colleagues while in Germany in the 1990s.

She said: "I was sitting on the bed and fell asleep. When I woke up I found they were sexually assaulting me.

"I was in such shock, it was like incest. It was like 'Oh my God these men were like brothers to me'.

"You feel ashamed. You feel dirty. I trusted them."

She won £6,983 damages for harassment at the High Court in 2010 after alleging three senior officers wanted to drive her out of the Honourable Artillery Company.

She held the rank of lance sergeant until she was dismissed while on sick leave for stress.

She said her complaint had effectively ended her career.

A spokesman for the MoD said last night: "All those who are found to fall short of the armed forces' high standards or who are found to have committed an offence are dealt with robustly through the military discipline process and this can include discharge if required.

"Personnel found guilty of a sexual offence are normally discharged but each is dealt with on a case-by-case basis and in exceptional circumstances their retention can be approved."
On balance, I think the only reason our political elite haven't slaughtered us in camps is they need us to produce children for them to fuck

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