NAVY SEAL OFFICER FROM SAN DIEGO CHARGED
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Here we go again. A Navy SEAL officer has been accused of sexually-assaulting an unidentified female and is certain to face an Article 32 preliminary hearing and very likely a court-martial.
Once more, civilian police authorities who investigated the case in San Diego last November declined to bring charges due to lack of evidence. But because of immense political pressure from politicians and feminist groups who see all men "guilty" no matter what, this "she said/he said" incident could end up costing LT Joseph Benevento his military career.
With no witnesses to the supposed "sexual assault," the officer is placed in a situation akin to having to prove "when" he stopped "beating his wife." It's hard to near impossible to prove a negative.
EXACTLY HOW DID LT "PENETRATE" HER?
Very little is known at present other than the Navy has accused the 33 year-old SEAL of "penetrating" the alleged victim after putting her on a bed and removing her pants. Weather he used his finger or some other part of his anatomy is not spelled out on the criminal charge sheet.
It's not all bad news for Benevento. He has secured the services of top-flight civilian defense attorney Michael Waddington. "My client is innocent," the lawyer said. "This is yet another witch-hunt. The incident was investigated by local police who declined to prosecute. That speaks for itself."
A graduate of the University of Florida, Benevento enlisted in the Navy in 2006. He has served combat deployments in Afghanistan and the Middle East. At the present time, he is