“Worrying”: Austin brings up a video alleging that the military allowed the perpetrator to remain on duty
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin on Friday addressed A TikTok viral video by an emotional marine in which her “culprit” who admitted wrongdoing said he was allowed to stay on duty.
Driving messages: Austin called the video “deeply troubling” and said he had asked his staff for more information and assistance to the Navy.
- In the video, the Navy said tearfully that a commanding general intervened to allow its alleged perpetrator to remain in the corps despite a “pleading of guilt”.
- “That’s exactly why” women in the military died by suicide, the Navy adds.
- The video, which was posted on TikTok on Thursday, went viral on multiple social media platforms.
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