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Congressman calls for more information about abused US Navy sailor’s case

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  1. “The incidents that occurred within the Military Working Dog Division at Naval Support Activity Bahrain do not reflect who we are as a Navy.” – well the fact is, the Navy only decided to look into this when Sestak raised it. They have basically promoted a thug.

  2. Not only was this man fired for being the way he was born which is clear in day, a discrimative policy(or whatever legal thing it is), but this man suffered abuse, for pretty much for that policy, they even fired him after he reported the abuse, it’s like being kicked while your down. I would expect the least they can do is for each person who expressed the abuse to have criminal convictions, an apology from the president who came up with the idea and every other preident who allowed it stay and compensation for what he suffered and him being allowed his old job back, not to mention, obviously the removal of such a ridiculous and discrimative policy but I highly doubt, this, the least he deserves, will ever happen.

  3. Sickening homophobia – I call on President Obama to remove the ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ policy from the American armed forces imposed by former president Bill Clinton. And to adopt full rights for all gays and lesbians who which to serve their country in the armed forces.

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