The US armed forces confronts #MeToo movement

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 - 4:58pm

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The death of Army Private Vanessa Guillén has spurred hundreds of women to share their stories of sexual assault in the military. Guillén disappeared from her Army base in Fort Hood, Texas, in April. Retired US Army Col. Ellen Haring of the Service Women’s Action Network tells host Carol Hills that Guillén was reportedly the target of sexual harassment from fellow soldiers before she was bludgeoned and dismembered.