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"Invisible War" documentary examines rape in the military

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Documentary filmmaker Kirby Dick's 'The Invisible War' is a study of rape in the U.S. military that leaves viewers weeping and seething. More than 20 percent of women in the military have reported a sexual assault. The department estimates that about 80 percent of such assaults, which affect many men as well as women, are not reported. omen are often penalized for alleging sexual assault and are required to report such attacks to their chain-of-command superior, who in some cases is the accused rapist. Single women raped by married men have been charged with adultery, while their attackers go unpunished.

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The importance of this issue is that it further ex... by Richard Pietrasz on Friday, Jun 22, 2012 at 7:27:01 PM
I saw the documentary last night and came home to ... by Nancy F. Langworthy on Saturday, Jun 23, 2012 at 2:41:27 PM
A prior commenter blames the rapes on the "cadre o... by M.I. Lee on Saturday, Jun 23, 2012 at 3:59:16 PM