Army Investigates Incidents of Sexual Harassment and Assault in Darmstadt
The unofficial U.S. military newspaper, Stars and Stripes, reports that authorities are looking into allegations of sex crimes at an Army Training Center in Darmstadt. Female students allege that three male instructors committed acts of rape, sodomy, cruelty and maltreatment against them. The three men have been removed from their jobs at the training center.
Media Resources: The Los Angeles Times - February 11, 1997
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