Military inquiry finds failure of ‘basic leadership’ in handling of sex assault allegation
A military inquiry has determined there was a failure of "basic leadership" in how the army handled a high-profile case of alleged sexual assault and harassment.
The internal investigation, released Tuesday, has made 25 recommendations for change. But the woman at the centre of the investigation says she doesn't believe the military is any safer for women than it was a few years ago.
Retired master corporal Stéphanie Raymond, who alleged she was raped by a superior and then drummed out of the army in 2013 for reporting it, was briefed on board of inquiry's findings.
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Murray Brewster · CBC News · Posted: May 30, 2017 1:21 PM ET | Last Updated: May 30, 2017