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I agree here. I think what keeps getting crossed is the term “sexual misconduct”. This guy committed violent indictable crimes against another person. Unlawfully entering another’s home and sexually assaulting them should never be even remotely in the same category as an inappropriate relationship. After he was convicted of this, the CAF goes on to state what a good guy he is so go easy... uh no he’s not. This would have been the time to abstain. This goes back to my assertion where discipline matters and crimes are being conflated in the CAF.He was not "the accused." He was already convicted. He was unambiguously a sex offender.
If someone as an individual wants to go sit in the trail and testify on thier own behalf that Jon was a nice guy, then they can fill their boots.
There should never have been any letters of support from the the CAF or any part of the CAF.
Neither performance in Kandahar nor PTSD have any bearing in the matter of what Jon did.