COMMANDER OF U.S. ARMY GARRISON IN JAPAN
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First it was MAJ GEN Michael Harrison, commander of the U.S. Army Japan, getting suspended amid whispers he "looked the other way" when one of his senior officer buddies got in a jam over the alleged sexual assault of a Japanese civilian worker at Camp Zama.
DOUBLESPEAK FROM AN ARMY FLAK
Army spokesperson told STARS & STRIPES that the shocking suspensions are "unrelated." Yeah, right.
| WAR ON SEXUAL ASSAULT IN MILITARY CLAIMS
HIGHEST-RANKING OFFICER TO DATE - MAJ GEN
MICHAEL HARRISON SR - TOP GENERAL IN JAPAN
SUSPENDED AFTER CIVILIAN SECRETARY SAYS
HER ALLEGED ATTACKER (A SENIOR OFFICER)
PROTECTED BY HARRISON - ARMY RELIEVES
TWO-STAR WHILE INVESTIGATION UNDER
WAY - "VICTIM" SAYS ALLEGED ATTACKER TOLD
HER: "HARRISON LOOKS OUT FOR ME"