I am an #IDAddict. I love Investigation Discovery. The reason I love ID is because the law enforcement officials are passionately solving the cases they have been presented with, always with justice in mind for the victim and/or family. I watch all the ID shows. Initially, my crime show addiction started with Law and Order, Law and Order … More Investigation Discovery Validated Me and Gave Me Purpose
I first heard the phrase “Life is Random” while watching Lt. Joe Kenda’s Homicide Hunter series on Investigation Discovery. Lt. Kenda was referring to a 1994 case out of Colorado Springs, Colorado he had investigated. A recently discharged Fort Carson Army soldier was left bleeding to death in an apartment building parking lot after being stabbed … More Lt. Joe Kenda: “Life is Random”
Retired APG general: The players change, the ‘GAM’ remains the same Sixteen years ago, Robert Shadley, then a major general in the Army, uncovered disturbing news from an important Army training facility at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Drill sergeants and other instructors were regularly using their power to get sexual favors from young female trainees, or sometimes … More Retired APG general: The players change, the ‘GAM’ remains the same
Uniform Betrayal: Rape in the Military
The Wounded Platoon: How a platoon of soldiers, changed by war is battling mental health disorders that many blame for their violent, self-destructive behavior.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Susan Collins spoke on the Senate floor today in strong support of legislation coming before the Senate that would address the crisis of sexual assault in the military. “Since 2004, I have been sounding the alarm over the military’s ineffective response to the growing crisis of sexual assault in the … More Senator Collins speaks in support of efforts to address military sexual assault