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Sexual assault in US military conspiracies are not limited to sexual harassment, but extend to prostitution rings and sex parties, as for example, the 2014 case of Fort Hood.[1]

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Viral hashtag IAmVanessaGuillen inspires stories of sexual assault in the military

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Guillen's mother, Gloria, wants US Congress to investigate Fort Hood's handling of her daughter's disappearance.

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In 2014, Anu Bhagwati, executive director of Service Women’s Action Network and a former captain with the Marine Corps, said prostitution rings are not uncommon within the military and allegations against Gregory McQueen at Fort Hood are no surprise.[1]

“Institutionally, a lot of inappropriate behaviour is condoned,” Anu Bhagwati told AP, “Women are so few within the military still, that I think predators look at women as fresh meat, and the military as an institution, where they can get away with criminal activity.”[1]

Sex parties[]

In the 2014 Fort Hood conviction of Gregory McQueen, three woman testified to a prostition ring at Fort Hood since February 2013.[1]

McQueen reportedly planned "sex parties" for high-ranking officers at Fort Hood and recruited subordinate female soldiers to the prostitution ring.[2]

In the testimony of "Jane", she was reportedly paid to have sex with military higher-ups at a hotel after she was recruited. She then reportedly helped to recruit other women from Fort Hood for sex party operations.[2]


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Prosecutors in 2014 said Gregory McQueen ran a prostitution ring at Fort Hood for a month or two that took advantage of cash-strapped female soldiers and connected them with higher-ranking officers.[1]

McQueen reportedly planned "sex parties" for high-ranking officers at Fort Hood and recruited subordinate female soldiers to the fledgling prostitution ring.[2]

In McQueen’s statement—‘he knew a man who would attend a party and have sex’ and that he believed [they] could “make money there and a lot of it.” He added, “We specifically talked about swinger parties, stripper parties.”[3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 News.com, Fort Hood sergeant Gregory McQueen accused of a prostitute ring for cash-strapped female soldiers, June 5, 2014
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Business Insider, A US Army sergeant in an anti-sexual-assault program pimped female soldiers at Fort Hood, Mar 13, 2015 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "Bus" defined multiple times with different content
  3. Fort Hood sergeant admits he pimped soldiers, March 11, 2015
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