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July 21, 1987 | From Reuters
An AIDS-infected man who raped a young Moroccan woman was acquitted Monday of attempted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility. A Munich judge ruled that Mohsen Cherif, a 26-year-old Tunisian, was not responsible for his actions but ordered him into psychiatric care, saying he was a danger to the public.
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June 13, 1997 | Associated Press
An Army sergeant was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday after being convicted of rape of a subordinate, indecent assault and three counts of forcible sodomy. The military court found Sgt. Paul Fuller, 25, of Columbus, Ohio, guilty of mistreating five female recruits. It also ordered a dishonorable discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances and demotion to the lowest grade.
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June 6, 1997 | WILLIAM DROZDIAK, THE WASHINGTON POST
A U.S. military jury here cleared an Army sergeant Thursday of rape and sodomy charges but found him guilty on multiple counts of indecent assault in the first conviction at a foreign base since the Army launched a worldwide probe of sexual harassment within its ranks. Sgt.
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June 10, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
A U.S. Army sergeant accused of raping or sexually harassing female recruits went on trial in the second military court proceedings to examine allegations of sexual abuse at a Darmstadt training center. Sgt. Paul Fuller, 25, is charged with 17 counts, including rape and attempted rape. The court last week cleared Sgt. 1st Class Julius Davis of six rape charges but convicted him of multiple counts of indecent assault.
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June 3, 1997 | MARY WILLIAMS WALSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although the U.S. military establishment has insisted that the sex scandal at a training facility in Aberdeen, Md., is an aberration, a court-martial that opened here Monday offers troubling echoes: Three sergeants are accused of sexually harassing and abusing female soldiers under their command who participated in an orientation program upon their arrival in Europe.
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June 10, 1997 | From Times Wire Reports
A U.S. Army sergeant accused of raping or sexually harassing female recruits went on trial in the second military court proceedings to examine allegations of sexual abuse at a Darmstadt training center. Sgt. Paul Fuller, 25, is charged with 17 counts, including rape and attempted rape. The court last week cleared Sgt. 1st Class Julius Davis of six rape charges but convicted him of multiple counts of indecent assault.
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February 11, 1997 | From Associated Press
U.S. Army investigators are looking into allegations that three male instructors at an Army training center in Darmstadt sexually assaulted or harassed female students, a newspaper reported Monday. Stars and Stripes, the unofficial U.S. military newspaper, said authorities are looking into allegations of rape, sodomy, cruelty and maltreatment of subordinates. The Army instructors, who were not identified, have been removed from their jobs at the training center, the newspaper said.
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April 10, 1997 | Associated Press
Two U.S. Army sergeants will face courts-martial on charges of rape and other crimes against 18 female soldiers in one of the most serious sexual abuse scandals for American forces in Germany. Sgt. 1st Class Julius Davis of Fayetteville, N.C., and Sgt. Paul Fuller of Columbus, Ohio, will be arraigned Friday on charges of rape, sodomy and other crimes at the Darmstadt military training center, the Army said Wednesday. No date has been set for their courts-martial.
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June 13, 1997 | Associated Press
An Army sergeant was sentenced to five years in prison Thursday after being convicted of rape of a subordinate, indecent assault and three counts of forcible sodomy. The military court found Sgt. Paul Fuller, 25, of Columbus, Ohio, guilty of mistreating five female recruits. It also ordered a dishonorable discharge, forfeiture of all pay and allowances and demotion to the lowest grade.
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June 6, 1997 | WILLIAM DROZDIAK, THE WASHINGTON POST
A U.S. military jury here cleared an Army sergeant Thursday of rape and sodomy charges but found him guilty on multiple counts of indecent assault in the first conviction at a foreign base since the Army launched a worldwide probe of sexual harassment within its ranks. Sgt.
NEWS
June 3, 1997 | MARY WILLIAMS WALSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although the U.S. military establishment has insisted that the sex scandal at a training facility in Aberdeen, Md., is an aberration, a court-martial that opened here Monday offers troubling echoes: Three sergeants are accused of sexually harassing and abusing female soldiers under their command who participated in an orientation program upon their arrival in Europe.
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April 10, 1997 | Associated Press
Two U.S. Army sergeants will face courts-martial on charges of rape and other crimes against 18 female soldiers in one of the most serious sexual abuse scandals for American forces in Germany. Sgt. 1st Class Julius Davis of Fayetteville, N.C., and Sgt. Paul Fuller of Columbus, Ohio, will be arraigned Friday on charges of rape, sodomy and other crimes at the Darmstadt military training center, the Army said Wednesday. No date has been set for their courts-martial.
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February 11, 1997 | From Associated Press
U.S. Army investigators are looking into allegations that three male instructors at an Army training center in Darmstadt sexually assaulted or harassed female students, a newspaper reported Monday. Stars and Stripes, the unofficial U.S. military newspaper, said authorities are looking into allegations of rape, sodomy, cruelty and maltreatment of subordinates. The Army instructors, who were not identified, have been removed from their jobs at the training center, the newspaper said.
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July 21, 1987 | From Reuters
An AIDS-infected man who raped a young Moroccan woman was acquitted Monday of attempted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility. A Munich judge ruled that Mohsen Cherif, a 26-year-old Tunisian, was not responsible for his actions but ordered him into psychiatric care, saying he was a danger to the public.
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