AIR FORCE LT COL CONVICTED OF RAPE
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There are plenty of unanswered questions about this case. What are the brass trying to hide? Did politics play apart in the verdict?
Lt. Col. Humphrey Daniels III this week was court-martialed and convicted of a rape that supposedly took place nearly 20 years ago - July 14, 1998 - in or around Minot, N.D. where the then second lieutenant was stationed. He also was found guilty of mishandling classified documents which he brought home and left unattended. He was acquitted of wrongfully impeding an investigation.
The penalty doesn't add up. Three years behind bars and dismissal from the Air Force.
"RAPE" ALLEGATION 20 YEARS OLD
The career officer's trial took place at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. He was convicted by a panel of eight USAF officers.
MilitaryCorruption.com has learned that although the "rape" allegation was investigated back in 1998, the case was dropped for lack of evidence. So what changed between then and now, except there is a "lock them all up, guilty or innocent" attitude in these "politically correct" times? Also, why has the Air Force declined to even state the age or gender of the alleged rape "victim?"
Was someone out to get Humphreys? We'd like to know. So if any of our faithful readers out there, especially who were at Minot back in the late 90's, have any ideas or information, please let us know. Thank you.
|AIR FORCE LT COLONEL HIT WITH RAPE CHARGE
TO FACE COURT-MARTIAL IN FEBRUARY - ALLEGED.
ATTACK TOOK PLACE IN 1998 AT OR NEAR MINOT
AFB IN NORTH DAKOTA - HUMPHREY DANIELS III
ALSO TAGGED FOR "FAILURE TO PROTECT"
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL HE SAID TO HAVE TAKEN
HOME AND LEFT UNATTENDED - ACCUSED
OFFICER STATIONED AT JOINT BASE ANDREWS