Articles by Sean Timmons

Body cam videos released from arrest of decorated AWOL Army Reservist

GRAND PRAIRIE – Newly released body cam videos obtained exclusively by CBS News Texas shed more light on the controversial arrest of a decorated US Army reservist in Grand…

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Independent lawyers begin prosecuting cases of sexual assault and other crimes in the US military

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. military on Thursday opened a new chapter in how it investigates and prosecutes cases of sexual assault and other major crimes, putting…

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Army private who fled to North Korea charged with desertion, held by US military, officials tell AP

WASHINGTON (AP) — An Army private who fled to North Korea before being returned home to the United States last month has been detained by the U.S. military, two officials said…

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Could Army Pvt. Travis King, just back from North Korea, face charges for desertion, going AWOL?

WASHINGTON — Army Pvt. Travis King is out of North Korea, but he’s likely not out of trouble. King, the soldier who sought refuge in one of the world’s most repressive…

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What sexual-assault victims think of the new way cases are prosecuted

President Biden signed an executive order last month that removes legal decision-making authority from commanders for most serious crimes. After Darchelle Mitchell reported being…

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North Korea stays silent on its apparent detention of a US soldier who bolted across the border

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea stayed silent Wednesday about the detention of an American soldier who sprinted across the Koreas’ heavily fortified border as other…

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Another Female Soldier Died at Fort Hood. The Base Said Nothing.

On March 13, Pvt. Ana Basaldua Ruiz, a soldier assigned to Fort Hood, Texas, was found dead in an apparent suicide after telling her family about sexual harassment she had faced…

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Lawyer: Return to military service a challenge after vaccine mandate lifted

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — During the COVID-19 pandemic, the US Military required servicemembers to get the vaccine, with very few exceptions. Those refusing were usually given a…

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The Tragic, Conflicting and Now Politicized Tale of a US Sailor Sitting in a Japanese Prison

Navy Lt. Ridge Alkonis was driving his car, filled with his wife and their three children, down from the heights of Mount Fuji on May 29, 2021. It’s an iconic destination…

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Report: sexual assaults at military academies up 18%

WASHINGTON — The U.S. military service academies last year recorded the highest rate of sexual assault since the Defense Department started measuring the problem in 2006.…

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