I think it's hard to believe for anyone unless they see it first hand. I wouldn't be surprised if things are as bad today as they we're 20 or 30 years ago despite all enlightenment.I had a hard time believing that crap like that happened in the Canadian Forces, but her story was consistent and well-documented (including three supporting statements from other victims) and gave me no choice.
You mean giving people like WO (Retd) Gagnon more power?Our SNCO Corps are the backbone of any disciplinary practises in the military. The more support we give them, the better things will get.
Sadly, it seems we've frittered away their powers to the point where, ironically, the most senior are the least powerful, like the 'Command Chief' type folks who seem little more than bag holders for their bosses when, in fact, they should be helping to keep their bosses in line along with the rest of us riff raff
The claim is that Jon Vance fathered two of her children, and subsequent testimony indicates that he has not paid support.
Court ordered DNA tests would prove or disprove that.Easy for him to disprove should he have the confidence to do that....
You’re correct but hypothetically speaking I think - I’m not a lawyer - a judge could order the defendant to submit a DNA sample in child support cases.But these guests have been convicted of crimes that warranted a DNA entry in tge database.
So far Mr. Vance hasn't been convicted of anything.
Not weighing in on this thread, but what cap badge is that?You mean giving people like WO (Retd) Gagnon more power?
Hello!Journeyman: It's the Regiment de la Chaudiere cap badge.