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May 18, 1988 | RAYMOND L. SANCHEZ, Times Staff Writer
The second-ranking officer at the Naval Submarine Base here will be court-martialed on charges of sexual harassment and assault on two female officers and two enlisted women, Navy officials said Tuesday. Cmdr. John Boyar, who as executive officer is second in command at the home base for 24 nuclear submarines, is the highest ranking Navy officer to be court-martialed on sexual harassment charges on the West Coast, according to Cmdr.
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May 29, 1988 | Associated Press
The second-ranking officer at the Navy Submarine Base on Point Loma was convicted by court-martial of maltreating and assaulting three women sailors. A seven-member military jury returned the verdict in the sexual harassment case Friday night after deliberating for five hours. Cmdr. John A. Boyar was acquitted of one count of sexual harassment, one count of assault and two charges of conduct unbecoming an officer.
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May 29, 1988 | Associated Press
The second-ranking officer at the Navy Submarine Base on Point Loma was convicted by court-martial of maltreating and assaulting three women sailors. A seven-member military jury returned the verdict in the sexual harassment case Friday night after deliberating for five hours. Cmdr. John A. Boyar was acquitted of one count of sexual harassment, one count of assault and two charges of conduct unbecoming an officer.
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May 18, 1988 | RAYMOND L. SANCHEZ, Times Staff Writer
The second-ranking officer at the Naval Submarine Base here will be court-martialed on charges of sexual harassment and assault on two female officers and two enlisted women, Navy officials said Tuesday. Cmdr. John Boyar, who as executive officer is second in command at the home base for 24 nuclear submarines, is the highest ranking Navy officer to be court-martialed on sexual harassment charges on the West Coast, according to Cmdr.
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May 18, 1988 | RAYMOND L. SANCHEZ, Times Staff Writer
The court martial of the second-ranking officer at the Naval Submarine Base in Point Loma, accused of sexual harassment and assault on two woman officers and two enlisted women, will begin Monday, Navy officials said. Lt. Sonya Hedley, a Navy spokesman, called it "very, very uncommon" for sexual harassment allegations to reach the point of a court-martial. Cmdr.
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